In Cubrid Manager when trying to create new trigger i got an error: "Cannot parse priority to data type float".
This happens no matter if i chose "." or "," as decimal point. We locally use "," (comma).
As I have mentioned in the email, we could not replicate this error following your exact steps.
As you might already know, we have just released the new CUBRID 8.4.0. Why don't you install the new version and see if your error is resolved. I am quite sure it should not repeat again.
Let us know the results.
Cubrid 8.4.0 is great and i installed as soon as it was released. But i'm still stucked at the same point.
Did you see my attached screenshot. The button 'OK' is always disabled no matter what i do. Cannot
do nothing with it. However, i can create trigger programatically. Don't know what to check.
Of course i could live without it but rather would like to see this works on all machines.
For some reason I cannot replicate it. On both 8.3.1 and 8.4.0 I can successfully create a Trigger.
But anyway, I have created an issue on our CM Bug Tracker at SF.net https://sourceforge.net/apps/trac/cubridtools/ticket/468.
It should be fixed soon. I will keep you posted about its status.
In the meantime, here is how you can create the trigger in SQL http://www.cubrid.org/manual/840/en/TRIGGER%20Definition.
Should be quite easy. Also I would suggest you to look at the general guidelines for creating a trigger at http://www.cubrid.org/manual/840/en/Guideline%20for%20TRIGGER%20Definition.
Let me know if you have any questions.