AutoInc unique identifiers are not supported for MsSql backend

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  1. James Legan
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    Posted 11 Jun 2012 Link to this post

    I just updated a few minutes ago as soon as I saw that default value support (including sequential guids) was supported. I created a test method in my project and confirmed that in fact a new record with a sequential guid is in fact now being inserted without having to go through my stored procedure and all worked as expected (yay Telerik).

    However, in my Error List I now have a permanent error that reads "AutoInc unique identifiers are not supported for MsSql backend." Double clicking on it brings up the OpenAccess validation window and a "fix" wizard which allows me to select a different key generator. In the combobox I am able to still select Autoinc and it still works. 

    Is there actually a bug here or an overzealous validator with nightmares of its past love-hate relationship with sequential guids?

  2. James Legan
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    Posted 12 Jun 2012 Link to this post

    Converting to a bug due to lack of response.
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  4. Joshua
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    Posted 12 Jun 2012 Link to this post

    I also recieved this error after upgrading.  In my case I have a view mapped in my domain model that has a composite key, multiple identity fields.  The solution runs, but the datagrid that pulls from that view is showing duplicate rows. 
  5. PetarP
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    Posted 15 Jun 2012 Link to this post

    Hello James and Joshua,

     As we have already confirmed - this is indeed a bug that will be fixed for the next release. Anyone encountering this error message should disregard it as it is only a warning that something went wrong while it is actually working as expected (its an old validation rule that needs to be removed).

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    Petar
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