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[TechRepublic] Insert specific values into an identity column

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Inserting specific values into an identity column

Inserting specific values into an identity columnArthur Fuller explores the value of identity columns and the usefulness of their arbitrary values. He also offers code samples that demonstrate various ways to use SQL Server 2000's IDENTITY_INSERT setting.

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