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Edit MySQL Trigger in Workbench problem

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I've created a Trigger and want to edit it. Using MySQL Workbench, I can Alter the table, and click Triggers and select the trigger action I want to edit (on my local database, MySQL running on same PC)

However, if I try the exact same procedure on a Trigger on a remote database, I don't see the Triggers under each action.

The only way these can be edited is to drop and create it again.

posted Jul 9, 2013 by anonymous

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