troubleshooting Question

ASP - Get last record after INSERT

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Dear eXperts
I have this INSERT and would like to get the number of the record where the INSERT has been taken place (that is to say: last record).

sql_insert = "insert into reservas (turnier_id, firstname, lastname, xtel, xdni, xplz, xtown, email, startdate, startmonth, enddate, endmonth, PLZ, town, country, xtitel, xtime, extra, region, res1, res2, res3, res4 ) values("&turnier_id&", '"&firstname&"','"&lastname&"','"&xtel&"','"&xdni&"','"&xplz&"','"&xtown&"','"&email&"', "&startdate&","&startmonth&","&enddate&","&endmonth&",'"&PLZ&"','"&town&"','"&country&"','"&xtitel&"','"&xtime&"','"&extra&"','"&region&"','"&res1&"','"&res2&"','"&res3&"','"&res4&"') "

'response.write sql_insert
conn = StrAdminProvider
Set rs=Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset") sql_insert, conn

*** The following does not work - gives mostly the previous record

conn2 = StrAdminProvider
Set rs2=Server.CreateObject("ADODB.Recordset")
strSqlStmt2 = "SELECT * FROM reservas WHERE id IN (SELECT MAX(id) FROM reservas)" strSqlStmt2, conn2

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