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Identity column example in MySQL, SQLServer and Oracle

Identity columns represent id e.g. employeeId, one of the key thing is that you want them to be auto incremented. This article, shows how to create au
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Identity columns represent id e.g. employeeId, one of the key thing is that you want them to be auto incremented. This article, shows how to create auto increment identity column in all three major database e.g. MySQL, SQL Server and Oracle.

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