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Bigint As Unsigned Value? (MS SQL Server)

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If I want to store an unsigned value how do I go about it?

In mysql it can be done, but in ms sql, how?
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 500 total points
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you put a bigint, and set a check contraint to allow only values >= 0 .
see here:
http://www.julian-kuiters.id.au/article.php/sqlserver2005-unsigned-integer
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there is no default data type to do it in SQL Server, can you please let us know your goal, we may show you some other way of doing it? Otherwise the solution above is fine, create user defined data type and put a check constraint
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