Adding data to a Pocket PC access database ?

I have a database installed on my pocket PC, and am am trying to write a small apllication for data collection.

As you know that you can't have a "ID" field in a Pocket Databse which generates it's own random number, so you have to insert a random number yourself.

I have this code which generates a 10 digit random number:

        Dim NewID As Long
        Dim Cntr As Integer
   
        Randomize
   
        For Cntr = 1 To 10
            NewID = NewID & Int(Rnd * 10)
        Next

But when I try to enter it into the table:

        rs.AddNew
        rs.Fields("ID") = NewID
        rs.Update

I get a error saying "A literal value in the command overflowed the range of the type of the associated column"

The data type of the ID column in table is a Long Integer as it should be. I have tried to convert the NewID variable in to a Long Interger via CLng(NewID) but it still throws the same error.

Any ideas ?
markh51Asked:
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EDDYKTCommented:
Try to use 9 digits instead

max long is 4294967295
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amit1978Commented:
Hello,

I hope u r working in eVB for Pocket pc application, but in pockect PC there is only one datatype varient. which is sub divided into different data formats.

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Mikal613Commented:
If its a AutoNumber or Identity you cant set the number
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markh51Author Commented:
EDDYKT:

Thanks for that, it works fine now.

Quick simple answer just how I like it ;)

Cheers.
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