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Is there anybody can help me on how can I make an auto number across all my 15 schemas. I need to create it for tagging of my equipment.

Nov 13 '08
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Good to hear Jam, congrats on getting it working.

A good lesson, when implementing bussiness rules, autonumbering etc. that needs to be done on a table, always implement it in the table triggers. This way you ensure that these necessities will always be met, no matter what interface is used for manipulating data.

If you have more issues, please let us know.

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