VistaDB 5

VistaDB.DDA Namespace > IVistaDBDatabase Interface : UnregisterClrTrigger Method
The custom CLR Trigger name
UnregisterClrTrigger Method
Unregister the link to CLR Trigger
Sub UnregisterClrTrigger( _
   ByVal triggerName As System.String _
Dim instance As IVistaDBDatabase
Dim triggerName As System.String
void UnregisterClrTrigger( 
   System.string triggerName
procedure UnregisterClrTrigger( 
    triggerName: System.String
function UnregisterClrTrigger( 
   triggerName : System.String
void UnregisterClrTrigger( 
   System.string* triggerName
void UnregisterClrTrigger( 
   System.String^ triggerName


The custom CLR Trigger name
During development of a CLR Trigger you will have to Unregister and Register the CLRTrigger into the database each time you rebuild your DLL for the changes to be loaded. The database does not look at the DLL after this initial registration. The entire assembly is loaded internal to the database file.

Target Platforms: Windows 7, Windows Vista SP1 or later, Windows XP SP3, Windows Server 2008 (Server Core not supported), Windows Server 2008 R2 (Server Core supported with SP1 or later), Windows Server 2003 SP2

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