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Default Assigning Record IDs

Hello. I am working on an application that will allow users to create new entries for an accounting database. How do I go about having the program assign each entry a record ID after the user clicks the submit button?

Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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Old November 12th, 2004, 12:39 PM
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If you're adding records using a stored procedure, the @@IDENTITY variable will give you the last identity added to a table, for example:

        @jobDesc varchar(50)
        @min_lvl int
        @max_lvl int
INSERT INTO jobs (job_desc,min_lvl,max_lvl)
VALUES (@jobDesc,@min_lvl,@max_lvl)

If you execute a scalar against this, it will return the new identity

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