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Scope_Identity() and transaction in a stored procedure

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Hello,

Do i need to place  a SELECT SCOPE_IDENTITY() inside a transaction (with an SP) to assure integrity of data, or can i place it freely ?

Thanks for this tips !

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It doesn't have to be in an explicit transaction, but the value should be captured immediately after a record is inserted. You can store it in a variable if you want to use it later.
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thanks.

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