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System Trigger property sheet: General tab

The General tab of the System Trigger property sheet has the following components:

Name    Shows the name of the foreign key constraint to which the system trigger applies.

Type    Shows the type of object.

Foreign table    Shows the table containing the foreign key.

Primary table    Shows the table containing the primary key or unique constraint in the foreign key relationship.

Event    Shows which kind of event, Update Columns or Delete, causes the system trigger to execute.

Timing    Shows whether the trigger executes before or after the event.

Action    Shows which of the available referential integrity actions is used for updates and deletes of the primary key:

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