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Hi,
In my app I want to keep autonumbers similar to
the sequence number in rdbms.
How can it be achieved?
thanks.
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What is the format?
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It's a never-ending story, these serial numbers. It's best done from LotusScript usually, and even then you get into trouble when your database is on multiple servers. See also the next Question; http:/20975752
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