The syntax to create an AFTER DELETE Trigger in MySQL is:
Parameters or Arguments
The name of the trigger to create.
- AFTER DELETE
It indicates that the trigger will fire after the DELETE operation is executed.
The name of the table that the trigger is created on.
Let's look at an example of how to create an AFTER DELETE trigger using the CREATE TRIGGER statement in MySQL.
If you had a table created as follows:
We could then use the CREATE TRIGGER statement to create an AFTER DELETE trigger as follows: