The benefits derived from triggers is based in their events driven nature.
With a well-managed log, you could easily see the state of an object at any point in time (assuming, of course, the objects are not encrypted). First, I like to keep housekeeping items (monitoring, administration etc.) in their own database.
They include tightening down server access, adopting a reliable source control system, and implementing a rigorous and well-documented deployment process.
These things do not happen overnight, so in the meantime, DDL Triggers can provide a short-term fix that is both easy to implement and simple to manage.
We code the CLR class module with reference to the namespace required to compile CLR database objects.
Add below reference; Step 2: Compile this class and in the BIN folder of project we will get generated.