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T-SQL SELECT..INTO

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Interesting question, thanks.

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Great question.
Although the IDENTITY property doesn't always transfer:


When an existing identity column is selected into a new table, the new column inherits the IDENTITY property, unless one of the following conditions is true:
*The SELECT statement contains a join, GROUP BY clause, or aggregate function.
*Multiple SELECT statements are joined by using UNION.
*The identity column is listed more than one time in the select list.
*The identity column is part of an expression.
*The identity column is from a remote data source.


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Interesting question, thanks
As stated by Koen above, the answer relating to the identity column is "it depends", or "sometimes"

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Good one. Thank you for the post.

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Took a lot of thinking to work out all those double negatives!
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Took a lot of thinking to work out all those double negatives!


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Took a lot of thinking to work out all those double negatives!


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