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When we execute this stored procedure, after inserting the record, it returns the Personal Detials Id value of last inserted record.If your table has already identity column and you can want to add another identity column for any reason – that is not possible. If you try to have multiple identity column your table, it will give following error.Pinal Dave is a SQL Server Performance Tuning Expert and an independent consultant.He has authored 11 SQL Server database books, 23 Pluralsight courses and has written over 4700 articles on the database technology on his blog at a https://blog.Along with 16 years of hands on experience he holds a Masters of Science degree and a number of database certifications.So please guide me as to how to get proper id values after deletion.

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When you edit the package you'll be able to control the order that the tables are processed in so you can process the parent tables then process the child tables when all the parent tables are done.

ALTER PROCEDURE [dbo].[Insert Personal Details] -- Add the parameters for the stored procedure here @First Name varchar(50), @Last Name varchar(50), @Age smallint, @Active bit AS BEGIN -- SET NOCOUNT ON added to prevent extra result sets from -- interfering with SELECT statements.

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In the first section the table is created with a "Generated Always Identity" column.

Use MERGE to insert the data into the copy tables so that you can OUTPUT the old and new IDENTITY values into a control table and use them for related tables mapping. I actually set up my ID blocks in the second database to be 2-3 values larger that what I needed, to try to ensure I wouldn't accidentally collide with existing values.