On 05 March 2004 14:49, Ken Colburn wrote:

> Mike -
> I've tried your options and I get either an error message, no
> sorting, or sorting that does not do both columns with B's at the
> top.  It's my understanding that I must still use sort_field and
> sort_order (though I tried just ORDER BY).  It does seem simple, but
> nothing 
> works.  It would
> be a great help if you could plug something (anything) into
> the url that
> works at
> http://congress.techpolitics.org/contributions22504.php/
> Hope this isn't
> asking too much.

Right, this is what I plugged in that I think gives the result you're asking


I've had to contrive the parameters a bit to work around the way you're
processing them, but hopefully you get the idea.

Just to over-egg the pudding a bit, I thought I'd extend the idea slightly
and give you one more example:




P.S. please keep the discussion on the list so others can chip in if they
want -- and any final resolution gets into the list archives for anyone
reading the thread in the future.

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