Or put the members alphabetically in the enum definition in the first
On 09/06/2005, Eric Bergen wrote:
> It's not a bug at all. You just hit one of the features of enum :)
> If you want to order alphabetically as you describe cast the enum
> name to a string like this select col from t order by concat(my_enum);
> Daevid Vincent wrote:
> > Please tell me there is a way to fix this "bug" in mysql Ver 12.22
> > Distrib 4.0.18, for pc-linux-gnu (i686)
> > I have a column defined like so:
> > Type
> > enum('Schedule','Report','Admin','Search','General','License','Acces
> > s')
> > If I SELECT, and ORDER BY Type, it is ordering in the order defined
> > by the the ENUM, not alphabetically as a sane person would expect.
> > UGH!
> > Please tell me there is a fix or work around.