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4/7/2006 12:00:00 AM
The easiest way of generating primary key values is to use Clarion's autoincrement feature. But when multiple users access the same table/form simultaneously, this can cause problems. Rhys Daniell shows how to take control of primary IDs in MS SQL using a specialized table, two stored procedures, and some Clarion code.