I am using SQL Advantage and need to know what the SQL is to identify the triggers associated with a table. I don't have the option to use another tool so the good old fashioned SQL solution is the ideal answer.
I also found out that
will show you a lot of information about a table, including all triggers associated with it. Using that, along with Ray's query can make it much easier to find the triggers. Combined with this query from Ray's linked article:
and you can see the definition of the trigger:
will also show you all tables related to a trigger