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How to set the index to be autoincremented in an Access Database in VC++ 6.0

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U need not do anything just don't assign any value to that field assume m_auto is the field then

rs.AddNew();
rs.m_Name = "MyName";
rs.Update();

where rs has members m_auto which is set as auto in Database.... and m_Name which UR adding

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