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Identity in a view treated as ordinary int - migrating from SQL Server 2000 to 2012

I'm migrating a very old platform from a SQL Server 2000 backend and MS Access 2003 as its frontend to SQL Server 2012 backend and MS Access 2010 as the frontend. This obviously means a bit of ...
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Identity proceeds as normal, but with a leading 10…?

So I noticed a very strange thing when tinkering with my database. I had just inserted a row which was ID 47, then after inserting some more, I realised that somehow my Identity had skipped all the ...
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MDW performance_counter_instances table running out of identity values

My MDW database's performance_counter_instances table has run out of identity values. Has anyone ever encountered this? Is it safe to change the data type of the identity field ...
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using IDENTITY column with increment -1

I need to run a sql server logging db with 2 main tables in 2 seperate datacentres writing to both at the same time. I had the idea of restoring the db to the new datacentre and then reseeding the ...
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Guarantee SQL Server Identity Columns that two consecutive values differ by constant increments?

I posed a question about Denali sequences here and another question about emulation of identity columns in Oracle Global Tables here. I always thought that I could trust that identity values ...