This is a spin-off question from Sort order specified in primary key, yet sorting is executed on SELECT. @Catcall says this on the subject of storage order (clustered index) and the output order ...
Given the string: 'I think that PostgreSQL is nifty' I would like to operate on the individual words found within that string. Essentially, I have a separate from which I can get word details ...
I have the following definition: CREATE TABLE [dbo].[JobItems] ( [ItemId] UNIQUEIDENTIFIER NOT NULL, [ItemState] INT NOT NULL, [ItemCreationTime] DATETIME ...
I have a database with a VARCHAR column that contains integers of varying length. I want to sort them so 10 comes after 9, not 1, and 70A comes after 70. I was able do this with PATINDEX(), a CTE, and ...
I was surprised to see MySQL's InnoDB showing an interesting behavior, which I cannot fully explain. According to the official MySQL InnoDB Documentation: "All indexes other than the clustered ...
I have a quite simple problem, but the solution is very tricky. I'm trying to solve this for months: There is a column "SortID" that needs to get updated with sequential integers, starting from 1. ...