With the BusinessEntity you can set Triggers on the Create, Read and Update actions. For example, you can send out an email notification to a Servicedesk Manager when a new Service Call is entered. You could also use this to send out an email to the Account Manager if the details of an Account are edited. Or you could change the status of a Notification from Open to Read, using a Method. Triggers are executed if a single BusinessEntity is used. In other words, the action happens when a user creates, read or updates a single item only, called for by its unique ID.
Perform Triggers in List Fetches too
In some cases, you might want the Triggers to be pulled also when the item appears in a list. For example, because the Trigger performs some calculations to present aggregated numbers. Or you want to keep track of who's viewing the data and the list shows essential information too.
If that's what you want, you can now check the new option "Force in List Fetch". By doing so, the trigger will also be performed if an item appears in a list.
Take care you don't overdo this, since it might affect performance. Depending of course on what action is triggered.