On 10/15/16 12:15 PM, Simon Slavin wrote:
And, if any other table refers to records in that table via that ID
field, THEY need to be changed too, all in an 'atomic' transaction.
On 14 Oct 2016, at 2:29pm, Thom Wharton <twhar...@northpointdefense.com> wrote:
I want to be able to programmatically insert a new record anywhere in that
table. Let's suppose I want to create a new record between the records whose ID
are 2 and 3. This new record would need to take the ID of 3, and all
subsequent records would need to have their primary keys updated.
Is there a way to do this automagically (like a specialized INSERT command?) in
It's a silly thing to want to do since it makes a nonsense of what IDs are for.
I think you need to rethink what you're trying to do by changing existing IDs.
However, if you really need to do it ...
UPDATE MyTable SET ID = ID + 1 WHERE ID >= 3;
INSERT INTO MyTable ...
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