Declare @last_diary_id int, @initial_seed int Select @last_diary_id = 17000 -- this actualy happens else wher in
the code Select @initial_seed = @last_diary_id + 1 Select @initial_seed Create Table #ClaimNoDiary (table_id int IDENTITY(@initial_seed ,1) PRIMARY KEY, adjuster varchar(50), account varchar(50))
The error I get is:
Server: Msg 170, Level 15, State 1, Line 8 Line 8: Incorrect syntax near '@initial_seed'.
DBCC CHECKIDENT ('#ClaimNoDiary', RESEED, @initial_seed);
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