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Updating an identity column

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Replication handles identity columns across all publication and subscription types, allowing you to manage the columns manually or have replication manage them automatically.

Note Adding an identity column to a published table is not supported, because it can result in non-convergence when the column is replicated to the Subscriber.

If the insert was performed by a user not in that role, the Log Reader Agent, Merge Agent, or a user who is a member of the db_owner role must run sp_adjustpublisheridentityrange (Transact-SQL).

For transactional publications, the Log Reader Agent must be running to automatically allocate a new range (the default is for the agent to run continuously).

Use the following procedure after the publication database has been restored: Note The feedback system for this content will be changing soon. If content within a comment thread is important to you, please save a copy.

If a Publisher is restored from a backup, you must ensure that the Publisher is assigned an appropriate range.

For merge replication, assign a new range using sp_restoremergeidentityrange (Transact-SQL).

When you add an article with an identity column to a publication in the New Publication Wizard or by using sp_addmergearticle (Transact-SQL), you specify values for: Identity ranges are managed by the Distributor and propagated to Subscribers by the Distribution Agent.

The identity values are assigned from a pool at the Distributor.