Creating a trigger in SQL Server 2008 R2

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SQL Server 2008 R2
SQL Server triggers
I have three tables in SQL Server 2008 and they all have the PK-FK-FK-relationship. 1st table: I have a column name with the name as "STATUS" that contains the value "active" or "inactive". 2nd table: I have the column with the name FKNEWLoanReviewfieldid, which has multiple values 3rd table: The column is FKWwarningtypeID that has different values. I'm trying to create a trigger so if "FKWarningtypeID" is updated to a value 4, then first column value of status should be modified to active. Thank you!

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