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RE: :new and :old

Mercadante, Thomas F

2005-06-16

Replies:
Kean,

What exactly are you trying to do? =20
Is the trigger you are trying to create on the TRACKFLD table? If so,
then the cursor would fail anyway - you cannot query the table that the
trigger is acting on - you have no way of knowing what record is being
changed in the cursor itself.

How about explaining what you need the trigger for?

Tom


-----Original Message-----
From: oracle-l-bounce@(protected)
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Sent: Thursday, June 16, 2005 8:48 AM
To: oracle-l@(protected)
Subject: :new and :old

Hi,

i have declare a cursor in my trigger called cur1. I
am trying to refer :OLD.<dynamicfieldname>
:NEW.<dynamicfieldname> from the cursor. I got an
error=20

PLS-00049 bad-bind variable. I am not sure if oracle
support this. If this way is not gonna work then what
can you pls suggest other method to acheive the same
result.=20

THank YOU
JKean

=20

Declare
CURSOR cur1 IS
  SELECT FIELDNAME=20
   FROM TRACKFLD=20
  WHERE TRACKTABLENAME =3D 'COMPANY_MASTER'

Begin
FOR cur1_rec IN cur1

LOOP
  =20
INSERT INTO AUDITLOG =20
(FIELDNAME,AUDITBEFOREVALUE,AUDITAFTERVALUE)=20
      =20
VALUES
(:FIELDNAME,:OLD.cur1_rec.FIELDNAME,:NEW.cur1_rec.FIELDNAME);
  =20
END LOOP;
=20




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