I can't see another way to fix your table without a processing (like a
stored procedure, script, etcetera).
But I believe there is a workaround, which involves a creation of
another table. See this:
mysql> CREATE TABLE stats2 LIKE stats;
mysql> ALTER TABLE stats2 ADD COLUMN id INT NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT,
ADD PRIMARY KEY(id);
mysql> INSERT INTO stats2 SELECT *, 0 FROM stats ORDER BY
Don't forget to see the correct type of INT which should be used.
> > > > > > >
On Tue, 7 Sep 2010 05:29:07 -0400
"Ron Piggott" <ron.pigg...@actsministries.org> wrote:
I am wondering if something like the following
will work in mySQL:
ALTER TABLE `stats` ADD `visits` INT( 25 )
NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT
KEY FIRST ORDER BY `initial_access` ASC
This particular syntax won't work though.
initial_access is a column that contains a unix timestamp.
I am trying to get the auto_increment value to be
added in order of sequence of when the visits occurred.
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