Managed triggers are static methods of a .NET class decorated with the
SqlTrigger has three named parameters:
Event—A required string-valued parameter that tells SQL Server which type of trigger you’re defining, as is done when defining T-SQL triggers.
Target—A required string-valued parameter that tells SQL Server which schema and table you’re attaching the trigger to.
Name—An optional string parameter that tells the deployment routine what to call the trigger when it is created in the database.
The implementation contract for a managed trigger is only that it be a static method that returns
Inside the method body of a managed trigger, you need to get a reference to the execution ...