El Dom 01 Feb 2004 12:54, John W. Holmes escribió:>>>Shaun wrote:
Is it possible to have an incrementing row count in my query that is not part of the table data?
If you _have_ to get this in your query I'd say you have a flaw in your logic somewhere. However, you can do it in MySQL using these two queries.
SELECT @a:[EMAIL PROTECTED], * FROM table;
This isn't very good SQL coding.
Sure it is. It's the question that's not very good.
If you use a database with sequences, built a temptable to put the data in temporarly, with an INT field at the begining, and a sequence to have the autoincremental.
Very easy, and compatile with any relational DB. :-)
Exactly. That's why I gave a solution for MySQL.
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