DROP TRIGGER 

Removes registration of a trigger.

Removes registration of a trigger.

Synopsis 

DROP TRIGGER IF EXISTS trigger_name ON table_name
  
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  • Italics mean optional
  • The pipe (|) symbol means OR or AND/OR
  • Ellipsis (...) means repeatable

A semicolon that terminates CQL statements is not included in the synopsis.

Description 

The DROP TRIGGER statement removes the registration of a trigger created using CREATE TRIGGER. Cassandra 2.1.1 and later supports the IF EXISTS syntax for dropping a trigger. Cassandra checks for the existence of the trigger before dropping it.

The Trigger API is semi-private and subject to change.