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Don't use MySQL but in SQl server you would do this:
,ROW_NUMBER() OVER (
) AS RowNumber
WHERE RowNumber > 1;
I'm an optoholic - my glass is always half full of vodka.
I'm facing a real challenge in a report I've built with MDX in SSRS.
I have "Keywords" (Dim) column, and "Cost" (Measure) column.
There are a lot of the same keywords (each from different Campaign, which name I preset in the KW tool tip).
I need to make sure that all KWs from the same kind will display one after the other.
The problem is, I need to make sure it's stays in that order even when sorting (interactively) the "Cost" column. basically, the sorting will start again after each group of keywords. And I must display each one of the KWs, not grouping them to 1.