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RecordID Data Type

Hi all,

I know I was kind of unavailable from last two months. The reason that I was unable to post any articles was due to my busy schedule.

I will try again to gain some pace but just wanted to share with you all about a Data type which I learnt recently.

The Data Type that we will be discussing is RECORDID.

Some of us know how to use it but most of like me were unaware about the use of data type.

FROM MSDN -

"This data type contains the table number and the primary key of a table. You can store a RecordID in the database but you cannot set filters on a Record ID."

If you try to view the data in the table you will see something as the below image, i.e. Binary data.


When I tried with message it show me as written in MSDN i.e -

Table Name: Primary Key Fields


Record ID of Sales Order.

I will try to discuss uses of the same, how to assign RecordID, How to filter RecordID fields in future post.

Stay tuned.

Regards,
Saurav Dhyani
www.sauravdhyani.com

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  1. When is the future post coming? Thanks

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    1. Hi, I will add this in my list of articles to post. Is there any specific info you need? Please reply and I will try to post that part first.

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