hehe.. ofcourse i ment:

...this will trigger both on insert and update.

"Ragnar" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> Maybe the wrong forum, but im giving it a try.
> Im used to for instance 2 columns in each table indicating when it was
> created and when it was last updated:
> Changed_date
> Registered_date
> In mysql it seems it is only possible to define a column as a timestamp,
> this will trigger both on insert and delete. Is it possible to define
> changed_date to trigger only on update in mysql or do i have do give the
> correct timestamp "manually" from php?
> Thanx
> -R

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