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Re: identity columns

From: Nis Jorgensen <nis_at_dkik.dk>
Date: Fri, 11 Jan 2002 15:22:47 +0100
Message-ID: <e7tt3uc5vhi9bnr2catqftucbc4n6jkgde@4ax.com>


On Fri, 11 Jan 2002 11:09:14 +0100, Nis Jorgensen <nis_at_dkik.dk> wrote:

>On 9 Jan 2002 10:26:14 -0800, 71062.1056_at_compuserve.com (--CELKO--)
>wrote:
>
>>>> If you insist on a true natural key then get your employees to
>>specify the place and time of their birth. Getting the time to a
>>precision of 1 second and the latitude, longitude and altitude to a
>>precision of ~1ft should guarantee
>>uniqueness. <<
>>
>>That one does not work unless you have insanely good precision in both
>>time and space.
>
>Well, isn't that exactly what Joe said? It should be clear to anyone
>that what he suggests is not even remotely possible.

No, of course it wasn't Joe who said it. It just read it within Joe's quotes ... excuses to the people involved.

-- 
Nis Jorgensen
Amsterdam

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