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Selective Fire for Trigger Execution

Erik Darling holds trigger fire until he sees the whites in their eyes:

I was helping a client with an issue recently where they wanted to allow certain admin users to override changes currently in a table, but not allow anyone else to make changes.

The thing is, users had to be allowed to make other changes to the table, so it wasn’t something that could be handled easily with security features.

The example I’m going to show here is simplified a bit to get the code across to you, so keep that in mind.

This is a somewhat wacky scenario, but Erik does get it working.

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