On Sep 20, 2009, at 3:37 AM, "Parham Doustdar" <parha...@gmail.com>
I'm guessing that when a row in a MySQL table is removed, the ID
colomns of the rows which come after that row are not changed. For
Now, if I want to remove the third rows, the ID colomn would be
I was wondering if there was a way to fix it through a query, so I
wouldn't have to use a for statement in PHP to fix it?
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email: parham90 at GMail dot com
The quick answer is you don't. it will cause you far more headaches
than it's worth. the id is only for uniqueness and linking should
have nothing to do with havin any meaning in the data.
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