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setup unique primary hash key?

im assuming there must be a way to do this, im just unaware of it. im getting tired of setting up my tables as id PRIMARY KEY AUTO INCREMENT. this starts at 1 and then just starts counting up. it just seems like bad form to me considering its giving anyway information about a particular record that isnt necessarily true.

is there a way to setup mysql to create a encrypted key each time a record is inserted

Posted On: Thursday 25th of October 2012 10:57:41 PM Total Views:  324
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