To learn more about triggers in general, see section Understanding Triggers.

Database trigger event occurs when a change in the monitored database table is detected. There might be new records, or existing records that have been updated. Database trigger doesn't wait for any event change, such as data delivery. Instead, it pulls data from the database in defined time intervals.

Typical usage: An existing business system executes a transaction, which in effect updates data in a database table. NiceLabel Automation detects the updated and new records, and prints their contents on labels.