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How to create a consecutive numbers using a SQL sentence

HI

I need to add records to an Access table using "Insert to" sentence, the point is that one of the fields needs to have a progresive value per each record, starting with a number previously defined.

Thanks

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dimensionav
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gm1971Commented:
Hmmm, reaching way back here, but you could create an autonumber column, ramp it with garbage data to the starting number you need and then drop the rows before that.

Or create your own index column starting at the preferred number.
Then before each insert, have a query that pulls back the value of the last record and have it plus one, on the insert....

Don't use my code exactly cuz it sucks, but this might give you the idea....


SELECT MAX(NumIndex) AS MaxNumIndex
FROM myTable

Then in ASP set a variable called NewNumIndex=MaxNumIndex+1

Then on your insert

INSERT INTO myTable
VALUES NewNumIndex

Crappy pseudocode I know, but I'm not an ASP guy and I haven't used Access like that since about 99.
Hopefully this will get you pointed in the right direction though.


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dimensionavAuthor Commented:
gm1971:

your code it´s ok (don´t worry), I´ll try it and I´ll let you know.
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