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Mind the Gap Let me give you a third option if the ids have a lot of gaps... One significant cause of "running out of id values" is queries that leave gaps in AUTO_INCREMENT values. An INSERT statements where row is not inserted first allocates an auto-inc value, then fails to use it. INSERT IGNORE will do this silently. Sometimes a useful workaround is ...


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There is no way to prevent a client software from accessing a SQL Server instance when correct credentials are supplied. SQL Server Management Studio is the same product for all editions (actually, starting from SQL Server 2016, it is a separate product which ships separately from the engine). Your only option to prevent users from accessing one of the ...



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