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Is works on 2008R2 for sure I've tried this but it seems to generate always the same identifier (this one: "00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000").
@5arx Well, when you consider the number of products Microsoft supports and the new features they add with every release, I think it's understandable that an easily avoidable bug in the GUI should linger for years.
The fields with errors will not be present in the returned entity: Validation rules are defined in the Table classes for convenience.
This defines what data should be validated in conjunction with where it will be saved.
These types of rules are often referred to as ‘domain rules’ or ‘application rules’.
Cake PHP exposes this concept through ‘Rules Checkers’ which are applied before entities are persisted.
] table_name [ AS File Table ] ( [ ,...n ] [ PERIOD FOR SYSTEM_TIME ( system_start_time_column_name , system_end_time_column_name ) ] ) [ ON ] [ TEXTIMAGE_ON ] [ FILESTREAM_ON ] [ WITH ( [ FILESTREAM ] [ COLLATE collation_name ] [ SPARSE ] [ MASKED WITH ( FUNCTION = ' mask_function ') ] [ CONSTRAINT constraint_name [ DEFAULT constant_expression ] ] [ IDENTITY [ ( seed,increment ) ] [ NOT FOR REPLICATION ] [ GENERATED ALWAYS AS ROW [ HIDDEN ] ] [ NULL | NOT NULL ] [ ROWGUIDCOL ] [ ENCRYPTED WITH ( COLUMN_ENCRYPTION_KEY = key_name , ENCRYPTION_TYPE = , ALGORITHM = ' AEAD_AES_256_CBC_HMAC_SHA_256' ) ] [ [ , ...n ] ) ] [ ON ] | [ FOREIGN KEY ] REFERENCES referenced_table_name [ ( ref_column ) ] [ ON DELETE ] [ ON UPDATE ] [ NOT FOR REPLICATION ] | CHECK [ NOT FOR REPLICATION ] ( logical_expression ) ] [ , ...n ] ) ] [ ON ] | FOREIGN KEY ( column [ ,...n ] ) REFERENCES referenced_table_name [ ( ref_column [ ,...n ] ) ] [ ON DELETE ] [ ON UPDATE ] [ NOT FOR REPLICATION ] | CHECK [ NOT FOR REPLICATION ] ( logical_expression ) --Memory optimized CREATE TABLE Syntax CREATE TABLE [database_name . AS File Table Applies to: SQL Server 2012 through SQL Server 2017. You do not specify columns because a File Table has a fixed schema.When marshalling data into entities, you can validate data.Validating data allows you to check the type, shape and size of data.available as a column default - you cannot call it as a function or anything. UPDATE: there appears to be an acknowledged bug in SQL Server Management Studio that prevents specifying as the default for a column in the interactive table designer.See: Workaround: create your table without specifying any default, and then type in this T-SQL statement in a normal query window and run it: @drasto: I ran that code on SQL Server 2008 R2 before I posted it - it works. I removed extra brackets around the newsequentialid() - maybe that is a problem?
This is because the NEWID() function causes random activity and uses fewer cached data pages.