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Force a value into an identity column

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How can I force a value into an identity column in SQL Server. I have done it in ACCESS but that method does not seem to work in SQL. Server.

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You have to turn off the identity, insert the value and then turn on the identity again

set identity_insert on
insert into TABLE1 (id, name) VALUES(1, 'You')
set identity_insert off
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use ..

SET IDENTITY_INSERT [ database. [ owner. ] ] { table } { ON | OFF }

 
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