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Re: Problem with ORDER BY
Posted by: Roland Bouman
Date: June 30, 2005 05:50PM

Not a transaction post.

Anyway, see the manual for SELECT syntax 13.1.7

If you use GROUP BY, output rows are sorted according to the GROUP BY columns as if you had an ORDER BY for the same columns. MySQL has extended the GROUP BY clause as of version 3.23.34 so that you can also specify ASC and DESC after columns named in the clause:

As you are ordering over computed aggregates, it will prbably not work for you. Try something like this instead:

select *
from (
select c1, agg1,agg2
group by number ASC
order by number, agg1, agg2

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Re: Problem with ORDER BY
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