Addresses, Phone numbers, and Email addresses are given a Sequence of 0 when contact information is copied from Household to Household members

When adding an address, phone number, or email address to a constituent record, the entry is assigned a non-repeating Sequence number in the appropriate table. However, when an address, phone number, or email address is added on the household record and copied to household members, that record is given a sequence of 0 for the household member.
We are currently evaluating this issue for a fix in a future service pack. 

Steps to Duplicate

1) Find an Individual who is in a household.
2) On the individual's record, add an address
3) In SQL Server Management Studio, run a select statement on the Address table using the constituent ID to look at the Sequence number.
4) Go to the household record and add a new address. Mark the checkbox to copy address to household members.
5) In SSMS, run a select statement on the Address table using the constituent ID to look at the Sequence number. Notice that the address added from the household is given a Sequence of 0. 
6) Go back to the household record and add another new address, again marking the checkbox to copy address to household members.
7) In SSMS, run a select statement on the Address table using the constituent ID to look at the Sequence number. Notice that the second address added from the household is also given a Sequence of 0. 

Environment

 Blackbaud CRM
 4.0
 4.0.173.0

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