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Sequences I

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Great question, and a nice feature to know about... not sure what I'd use it for mind.

At first thought it wasn't fair to ask a SQL 2012 question as its so new, but bit my lip and did a wee bit of research and the answer was there in a flash.

Relatively easy question come the end.

Cheers for the point. :-)

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DugyC (4/17/2012)
At first thought it wasn't fair to ask a SQL 2012 question as its so new...


Hold on to yourself, because it's a SSIS 2012 question tomorrow :-D


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A great questions, got me thinking so well worth it.

Thank you.
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Great question. Simple (with a single look at BOL), clear cut, a bit surprising, and on a new version. Thanks!

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Got it right. It is nice to see the sequence feature is now in SQL Server. Mainly because developers had to use a sequence for Oracle and an identity column for SQL Server. At least now the code can move closer to being the same. Note I wrote closer.

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Thanks, learned something new.

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jfogel (4/17/2012)
Got it right. It is nice to see the sequence feature is now in SQL Server. Mainly because developers had to use a sequence for Oracle and an identity column for SQL Server. At least now the code can move closer to being the same. Note I wrote closer.

Yes, I agree. After all these years it is good to see it being implemented in SQL Server.
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tks for the questions - +1 for learned something new today. cheers
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Good one. Good to know since I still don't have access to SQL Server 2012, but eventually will.

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Thanks for the 2012 question. Keep 'em coming.
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