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auto fill the missing numbers

From: "Greg Nissen" <gnissen(at)geicp(dot)com>
To: <pgsql-odbc(at)postgresql(dot)org>
Subject: auto fill the missing numbers
Date: 2007-01-10 01:19:57
Message-ID: BHEJJLIKBGEDLLJPAEFCCEMKDJAA.gnissen@geicp.com (view raw or flat)
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i have recently converted an ms access program using the standard jet
backend over to postgres using an ODBC driver, i have managed to sort most
bugs out except this one

ms access already had some 57000 transaction loaded into the old database,
when i linked to postgres using the ODBC driver, all these transaction came
over, as excepted, but when i create a new record now, the database is
filling in all the missing numbers prior to 57000, which jumbles up my
record table. How can i get the postgres database to start off from 57001

any help would be a help


Regards
Greg Nissen
Systems & HR Manager
gnissen(at)geicp(dot)com
Glass Expansion
Ph 03-9320-1120




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