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 This document describes the process (and SQLs) used to compress the IDs in a table (or many tables). For example, if you started with a table with 100 records that were scattered between ID=1001 and ID=5873, this routine could compress them so that the IDs ranged from 100 to 200. This document describes the process (and SQLs) used to compress the IDs in a table (or many tables). For example, if you started with a table with 100 records that were scattered between ID=1001 and ID=5873, this routine could compress them so that the IDs ranged from 100 to 200.
  
-<​html><​div style="​margin-left:​ 40px;"> ​**WARNING: This article is for reference. The changes made will PERMANENTLY affect your data. This should only be carried out by a skilled implementer and SQL practitioner. Always Backup your data before running this routine.** ​</​div></​html>​+**WARNING: This article is for reference. The changes made will PERMANENTLY affect your data. This should only be carried out by a skilled implementer and SQL practitioner. Always Backup your data before running this routine.**
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