In the last episode (Jul 09), Pichan M. said:
> Is there a query to update record by specify the position of record
> or row?
> update tableA set col_name = "somthing" ...( at row number 123)
SQL tables do not have row numbers. The only way to absolutely
identify a record is by a unique ID in the record.
SQL queries have row numbers, but the only way to guarantee a
particular record appears in the same row every time you do the query
is by adding an "ORDER BY unique_column" clause.
Just add an INTEGER AUTO_INCREMENT column to your table and use that
when you want a particular record.