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MS SQL - create Table query issue

Posted on 2013-06-16
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Hi,

I wrote this query to create a table, but it is not working properly, here is the syntax I am using below:

CREATE TABLE Degrees

(DegreeID INT AUTO_INCREMENT,
DegreeName VARCHAR(100),
Description TEXT,
CONSTRAINT DegreeID_PK
PRIMARY KEY (DegreeID) );
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Question by:Jack_son_
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What error are you getting? You can specify auto increment using identity:

CREATE TABLE Degrees
(DegreeID INT PRIMARY KEY IDENTITY,
DegreeName VARCHAR(100),
Description TEXT );

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