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I agree with you but in the cases I saw I felt that the triggers were used to fix problems in the code more than being part of a consistent data strategy. I admire well designed databases but unfortunately there aren’t too many of them out there.

I think part of the problem is that there is still this huge chasm between good coding skills and good database skills. It’s hard to have both.

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