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A Managed implementation for generating a sequential GUID based on the current date-time. The primary goal for this project is to provide away of generating a unique identifier that is compatible with the indexing implementation in SQL Server 2005 for unique identifiers. This is needed because the built-in NEWSEQUENTIALID() function is only valid as a default on columns and cannot be used in ORM (Object-Relation Mapping) libraries like NHibernate and others.

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In a Nutshell, Sequential Guid Generator...

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