Hi In the data dictionary I have run the SQL EXECUTE PROCEDURE sp_CreateEvent( 'schedule_changed', 2 / ADS_EVENT_WITH_DATA / );

On a table called 'schedule.adt' I have added 3 triggers

After Insert = Notification_ScheduleInsert

After Update = Notification_ScheduleUpdate

After Delete = Notification_ScheduleDelete

each have the following trigger defined

EXECUTE PROCEDURE sp_SignalEvent( 'schedule_changed', false, 0);

When a schedule record is updated I get a 5177 error

Can anyone offer advice as to how to resolve this?

I do not know if this has any bearing but we have recently made the following changes 1. Modified the triggers from EXECUTE PROCEDURE sp_SignalEvent( 'schedule_changed', false, 0, ::stmt.trigRowID) to that shown above.

  1. We have run the sp_CreateEvent for a 2nd time.

asked 09 Nov '12, 04:45

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edited 09 Nov '12, 04:47

You can use the SQL debugger in ARC to find out what is causing the 5177 general trigger failure error. This topic in the help file has the detail steps.


answered 09 Nov '12, 07:22

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