Some say ALWAYS "number field: auto-enter, serial number, increment by one, cannot override".
Others go with "Get (UUID)".
But some say Get (UUID) slows things down in large DBs.
So some say Get (UUID) with a custom function to turn the UUID into a number field so everything stays fast.
Ultimate Question I'm trying to get answered: What's the best, most bullet-proof, reliable, persistent Primary Key formation?
Is UUID absolutely, always, persistently unique?
Is using a custom function to manipulate a UUID too clever by half? Could it lead to issues down the road?