Newsequentialid error validating default
A computed column is a virtual column that is not physically stored in the table, unless the column is marked PERSISTED.
My point is if you're releasing a GUI, make sure it works. The UI doesn't exactly get a lot of priority when it comes to killing bugs. The UI team doesn't exactly have a whole lot of guys on it so they get to what they can as dictated by management (if it isn't Azure at the moment it isn't getting fixed).After some investigation we figured out that we could use the new OS function Uuid Create Sequential with some byte scrambling to convince the rest of SQL engine that guids are produced in sequential order.Basically I want to use uniqueidentifier in similar way as identity.The fields with errors will not be present in the returned entity: Validation rules are defined in the Table classes for convenience.This defines what data should be validated in conjunction with where it will be saved.When marshalling data into entities, you can validate data.
Validating data allows you to check the type, shape and size of data.
Is works on 2008R2 for sure I've tried this but it seems to generate always the same identifier (this one: "00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000").
@5arx Well, when you consider the number of products Microsoft supports and the new features they add with every release, I think it's understandable that an easily avoidable bug in the GUI should linger for years.
These types of rules are often referred to as ‘domain rules’ or ‘application rules’.
Cake PHP exposes this concept through ‘Rules Checkers’ which are applied before entities are persisted.
--Disk-Based CREATE TABLE Syntax CREATE TABLE [ database_name . For more information about File Tables, see File Tables (SQL Server).