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I had a running DO4 solution in pre-production.

We recently wanted to migrate data, so we created a new database and migrated data using SSIS. The migration was successful. I am using Data Objects .NET 4.4 on a SQL server 2008 R2.

Now when we try to add new data, we are getting

Entity is already detached from Session. Likely, this is result of creation of new Entity with the same Key.

Please help, as this is a production system. Your urgent help is very much appreciated.

asked Jun 20 '11 at 01:15

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Akhtar
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Hello Akhtar,

According to the exception text, entities are being created with keys that are already present in the database. I'd recommend you to check settings of Int32-Generator table and similar. By settings I mean the value of increment column. I suspect that these settings were not migrated properly.

answered Jun 20 '11 at 02:52

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Dmitri Maximov
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Dear Dmitri,

I checked the settings of Int32-Generator. The Identity Insert is set to Yes.

The value is Identity Increment 128, Identity Seed 128, when I created new database and migrated data.

How to change these settings.

Your support is highly appreciated.

Thanks

Akhtar

(Jun 20 '11 at 02:56) Akhtar Akhtar's gravatar image
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Akhtar, open your development database and execute the following command:

SELECT IDENT_CURRENT('Int32-Generator')

This will show you the current value of autoincrement column from Int32-Generator table. Take this value and update Int32-Generator.ID column identity seed value in pre-production database.

(Jun 20 '11 at 03:14) Dmitri Maximov Dmitri%20Maximov's gravatar image
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Dear Dimitri,

I did the same and the issue is resolved. I really appreciate you guys at X-tensive. Great support!

Thanks

Akhtar

(Jun 20 '11 at 03:45) Akhtar Akhtar's gravatar image

Akhtar, thank you too.

(Jun 20 '11 at 03:53) Dmitri Maximov Dmitri%20Maximov's gravatar image
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