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afterUpdate event in trigger is not firing

I have a custom object called ‘OpportunityProduct’ as standard sObject. I have a trigger on OpportunityProduct called ‘fireOnUpdate’. This fires fine, the trigger is catching the changes made by a user.
I also have a trigger on CustomObject called ‘fireOnUpdate’ and I have a situation where I am trying to be notified of an update made on one of the custom objects. However the new trigger is not firing.
I have registered the trigger and the new trigger Id to the CustomObject as shown below:
trigger OpportunityProduct on OpportunityProduct (afterUpdate) {
System.debug(‘Trigger has been fired’);
//Method 1
Database.SaveResult[] results = Database.update(, false);
//Method 2
Database.SaveResult[] results1 = Database.update(, true);


Instead of afterUpdate, you need afterSave to fire after a child record has been updated. I also recommend not enabling some trigger’s logic for production.



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