Oracle auto updating


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For example: When you create a new domain model, Telerik Data Access will automatically detect that a server side primary key mechanism is used.

Each time when you insert a new object runtime, Telerik Data Access will use the sequence generated ID value to maintain the object identity.

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For example, if your entity is named TASK and the primary key property is named ID, the generated trigger and sequence will be: CREATE SEQUENCE "Seq_TASK_ID" START WITH 1 INCREMENT BY 1 NOMAXVALUE NOCACHE CREATE TRIGGER "Trg_TASK_ID" BEFORE INSERT ON "TASK" FOR EACH ROW BEGIN SELECT "Seq_TASK_ID".nextval INTO : NEW."ID" FROM dual; END ;; If you modify the Identity Mechanism of an entity from Database Server Calculated to Default and migrate your database, Telerik Data Access will generate DDL for dropping the trigger only.

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