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From:Mark Unwin Date:August 10 2005 12:27am
Subject:Sort by count
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I have a MySQL query such - 
SELECT count(software_name), software_name, software_version from
software WHERE software_name NOT LIKE '%hotfix%' AND
software_no_detect_date = '1111-11-11' group by software_name ORDER BY
software_name LIMIT 1,50

Now, this works fine - sorting by software_name.
How can I sort by count(software_name) ?
I tried using sort count(software_name), just to see, naturally, it
Any ideas ?

Mark Unwin.

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Sort by countMark Unwin10 Aug
  • [SPAM] Re: Sort by countScott McClintock10 Aug
    • Re: [SPAM] Re: Sort by countArjen Lentz10 Aug
      • Re: [SPAM] Re: Sort by countScott McClintock10 Aug