Trigger Definition Storage

GT.M stores trigger definitions as nodes of a global-like structure (^#t) within the same database as the nodes with which they're associated. You can manage the trigger definitions with MUPIP TRIGGER and $ZTRIGGER() but you cannot directly access ^#t (except with DSE, which FIS recommends against under normal circumstances). The block size, key size, and record size for a database must be sufficient to hold its associated trigger definition. In addition, GT.M stores cross-region name resolution information in the DEFAULT region, so the DEFAULT region in a global directory used to update triggers must have sufficient block size, key size, and record size to hold that trigger-related data.