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How to create sequence based (SERIAL) primary key?

Does anybody know any workaround to modify dictionary table outside Web Dynpro?

I specify default column value in SQL Studio:


Everything is OK, but when I try to insert values in modified table from Web Dinpro EJB application I get the error:
BaseReliableNoSuchEntityException: The entity does not 
exist in the database. Its value in the cache has to be

It seems WebAS keeps some metadata, generated by Web Dynpro, and manual changes in a database table put it out of sync with this metadata.

I need serial primary keys in my project. Is it possible to solve the above problem?

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    Posted on Jun 14, 2005 at 08:40 AM

    Could you please post the SQL query also ! 😊

    Are you getting this error in SQL studio ?

    Regards, Anilkumar

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      I'll better send You entire application. It has Web Service frontend (PhoneBook) which can be used for testing. Method createOrganization() throws the exception.

      No, this error appears in EJB application only.

      BTW, I have even made attempt to replace <default-value>0</default-value> by <default-value>SERIAL(1)</default-value> but it didn't help.

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