SQL Adding autonumbered primary key

Posted on 2013-05-28
Last Modified: 2013-05-28

I have a table, and would like to add a new column which I would like autonumbered and used as a primary key

Question by:BananaFury
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Ross Turner earned 250 total points
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Add an identity column

you can only have one identity column on a table...

here an quick example!3/6e601/1

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ID: 39201158
Thanks very much, that example is super useful, appreciated

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by:Ross Turner
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Remember always take a BACK UP if you haven't already got one.....

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