The Query Builder allows you to write your own database triggers. Here is a simple example of a database trigger which prevents updates on table dept.
CREATE TRIGGER prevent_updates_on_dept BEFORE UPDATE ON dept FOR EACH ROW BEGIN SIGNAL SQLSTATE '45000' SET MESSAGE_TEXT = 'Update failed...'; END; /
When the user tries to update a row in table dept with this trigger enabled, the trigger prevents the update and returns error “Update failed…”. You can change this error message to anything you like.
When a users performs this action within a Data Project, WP Data Access adds the custom message to its standard error message:
On your development server with debug enabled it looks a little different: