Sequences-data control, Database Management System

Sequences

Sequences:

  • Automatically produce unique numbers
  • Are sharable
  • Are typically used to make a primary key value
  • Replace application code
  • Speed up the efficiency of accessing series Values when cached in memory.

 

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