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Is there a way to check of IDENTITY_INSERT is ON OR OFF

Posted on 2010-11-23
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Is there a way to check of IDENTITY_INSERT is ON OR OFF? Is there a view to check the status of it?
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Question by:almask-mn
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by:macentrap
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HI
you cannot  check status of IDENTITY_INSERT is ON OR OFF
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by:parthmalhan
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write a tablename in sql server management studio

select its name and press ALT+F1

all the properties including identity column will be displayed.

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