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Monday, June 2, 2008


IDENT_CURRENT started to be available by SQL Server 2000. It returns the last identity value set on a specified table in any scope of any process. In order to use it, simply provide the table name as a parameter:

Select IDENT_CURRENT('TableName')

The value may be equal to values obtained using other identity (such as @@IDENTITY and SCOPE_IDENTITY) or MAX functions, but it may also be different.

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