During application development, we often input dummy data into our database for testing purposes. But then we come to the point where we want all records of the table to be deleted and also want to start the identity column values from 0. For this, we delete existing data using the
truncate command. This will
delete data from table and also reset the identity column value to
One way is...
truncate table [table_name]
truncate table product
truncate command fails to delete the data if there is a relationship given to the table and the identity column is not reset.
The other way is...
In this case, first you need to
delete data from the
child and the
After deleting data, fire this command and it will reset your identity column to
DBCC CHECKIDENT('[table_name]', RESEED, [new_reseed_value])
DBCC CHECKIDENT('product', RESEED, 0)
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