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Default Which is Best For Balance tables

Hi all,
i need an advice for my case, about which is best as a solution....
to deal with balance tables (tables which have for ex. the stocks amounts)
The Question Is?
modifing this table is best to modify by trigers on update ,on insert or doing that by code ???

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best is not to store the stocks, but to calculate them where you need them.


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