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Guinness4Strength30-Dec-03 11:15
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GeneralExecuting code for more than 1 statements Pin
Melanius30-Dec-03 10:42
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Colin Angus Mackay30-Dec-03 10:54
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Heath Stewart30-Dec-03 11:27
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Melanius30-Dec-03 11:30
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Melanius31-Dec-03 6:46
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GeneralGuid in DataTable Pin
Mazdak30-Dec-03 9:30
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GeneralRe: Guid in DataTable Pin
Heath Stewart30-Dec-03 11:23
protectorHeath Stewart30-Dec-03 11:23 
For an MS Access database to do this, it doesn't appear to be possible. You can, however, store a GUID as a Text field in MS Access. If you're using a DataGrid, you can use Guid.NewGuid when a new row is created (handle the DataTable.RowChanging and check that Action is DataRowAction.Add - this only works if using a DataSet or DataTable).

Having the client generate the Guid will further ensure that the GUID is unique, since they are mathematically proven to be unique on different machines, but fast generation on a single machine can produce the same GUID (and we've verified that with our own tests).

 

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GeneralRe: Guid in DataTable Pin
Mazdak30-Dec-03 19:30
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Heath Stewart30-Dec-03 19:39
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Mazdak30-Dec-03 19:57
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GeneralForm flashes beneath an OpenFileDialog or 2nd Form Pin
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Heath Stewart30-Dec-03 5:58
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GeneralValue in Database Pin
Mazdak30-Dec-03 1:17
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Heath Stewart30-Dec-03 7:36
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Mazdak30-Dec-03 9:30
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GeneralCreating an XML File Pin
deanoA29-Dec-03 22:08
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Colin Angus Mackay29-Dec-03 22:36
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Manster31-Dec-03 3:31
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QuestionHow should I call an exe file using C# Pin
Saqib Razzaq29-Dec-03 20:25
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Yaron K.29-Dec-03 20:38
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