I am working with several
NSManagedObject types with several relationships. How can I tell Core Data to automatically populate object IDs for me? I'm looking for something like an index key in SQL, so that no two instances of a given object are allowed to have the same ID.
I'd like for all of my "Account" objects to have unique IDs on them. I was just adding one to the `countForFetchRequest, but I realized that when deleting the second to last object and then adding one, the last two objects now have the same IDs.
How can I ensure that a given value has a unique value for all instances of my "Account" NSManagedObject?
I need to have a separate ID for sorting purposes.
NSManagedObjects automatically have a unique
NSManagedObjectID. There is no notion of a custom auto-incrementing attribute, but it's certainly easy to write one yourself.