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From:Martin Edelius Date:July 7 1999 3:33pm
Subject:insert ... before
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I've been going through the online manual but can't find any reference
to this (although I'm more than sure that I've read it somewhere). Is it
not possible to add 'before' to a 'insert' query? I've been fooling
around with it but can't get it to work though... What I want to do is
insert a row before a specific row in the table. If I have row1, row2
and row3 I want to be able to tell MySQL to insert row4 before row3.
Doable? How?

Best regards,
Martin Edelius

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