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How can I insert an
ID into an identity column in SQL Server? I'll make a special item into my table and I will quickly detect that item by the
ID. So because all other ID's are bigger or equal to one, I will give that special item the ID zero.
The problem is now, when I've created that table I've place the identity of the column ID on true. If I insert now the special item with code below, I've got next error:
INSERT INTO MyTable(ID, Name, Description) VALUES (0, 'Special title', 'special item');
Cannot insert explicit value for identity column in table
IDENTITY_INSERTis set to
How can I change this table, column or property so I can create a record with ID zero?