[Solved] How is the performance of complicated mysql triggers vs python code?

user2520938 Asks: How is the performance of complicated mysql triggers vs python code?
My python application looks as follows:

def create_something(data):

Now the some_stuff is quite long and complicated, but can in principle be done by a mysql procedure. So I could also add a database BEFORE INSERT trigger and do all of it in the database directly.

The implementation difference is that right now that application is not stateless (stateful?), essentially because of the some_stuff. Putting all of this into the database procedure would allow me to make the application completely stateless, which I would like. But I wonder what the performance difference between these two options is?

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