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ORDER BY DESCENDING command in Record Set Query

Thread began 11/11/2009 6:29 pm by ijk76319396 | Last modified 11/11/2009 7:30 pm by Justin Nemeth | 1687 views | 1 replies |


ORDER BY DESCENDING command in Record Set Query

I would like to display images uploaded in a database in order by DESCENDING but with the basic recordset feature on Dreamweaver it will automatically display the last uploaded file. How can I command it to display the second to last file, third to last ect. I have been trying commands such as ORDER BY page_1 DESC then adding (-1) (minus-1) etc. but none of them have worked yet. Is there a simple line I can add directly after- ORDER BY page_1 DESC to achieve this?

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Justin Nemeth

Assuming you are using MySQL, using LIMIT will do what you want. The syntax is LIMIT [offset], [row count]. The offset starts counting at 0, so row 1 = 0, row 2 = 1, and so on.

So an example query that started at the 2nd row and returned 1 result would have:



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