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All versions of Microsoft SQL Server (not MySQL). Please also add a version-specific tag, like sql-server-2016, since it is often relevant to the question.

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Resolved! Just need to click on Properties inside the table, and in "Identity column: " insert the name of a column
answered Apr 15 '16 by Flávio Augusto
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I started using SQL Server recently and I think this is simple to resolve. I need to create one table with a country list, and two tables that will use the country list in a column. Here is the code …
asked Apr 13 '16 by Flávio Augusto
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I started to use SQL Server recently and I think that its simple to resolve I did: 1 - Create table table_nome 2 - Drop table table_nome 3 - I'm trying to create a table with the same name, and st …
asked Apr 13 '16 by Flávio Augusto
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I started to use SQL Server recently and I still don't know the best way to do some things. I created all the tables with a column ID as the primary key. Now when I try to insert values I get the fol …
asked Apr 15 '16 by Flávio Augusto