sugoll (sugoll) wrote,
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MySQL question

Assume you've got a table with an auto-incrementing field (primary key), and a bunch of other, non-unique fields, in a table of the default type (i.e. no transactions). Is there any way to reliably find out the newly-assigned primary key when you insert a new row? Right now, I'm just re-querying for the values just inserted, but non-uniqueness can make that problematic. Can't just go for the highest key, as the lack of transactions means someone else might insert something in parallel.
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