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One complaint about SEQUENCE is that there is no simple construct such as NEXT (@n) VALUES FOR so that you could get a range of SEQUENCE values as a set. In a previous post about SEQUENCE, I mentioned that to get a range of rows, you should use the system stored procedure sys.sp_sequence_get_range. If you've tried this stored ...
SQL Server 2011 introduces a feature that Oracle professionals will certainly recognize: SEQUENCE. SEQUENCE allows you to define a central place where SQL Server will maintain a counter of values for you. The last-used value is stored in memory and so no storage is required. Here is an example:
CREATE SEQUENCE ...