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What will the max id be?


What will the max id be?

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Nice back to basics question - thanks

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Thanks for reminding the basics :-)

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easy one for Wednesday :-)
revision of basics........

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easy ...truncate resets the identity;
It's a coincidence , I was just discussing it with my colleague about inserting a row in between identity inserted column. And yes, Truncate popped up as an option Smile

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Easy one, thanks.


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Another good one. 19% wrong right now Blink



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I'm also wrong, but i learned something. Could someone please explain, why is the identity resetted after a truncate? For me is a possible source of inconsitency.
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Nice question.
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