[DB-SIG] Strange resultset with ORDER BY col1, GROUP BY col2
chris at cogdon.org
Fri Jun 24 17:14:00 CEST 2005
On Jun 24, 2005, at 4:19 AM, Andy Todd wrote:
> - Do you need to do the group_concat transposition in SQL or would
> it be
> better achieved in Python after you've select all of the group,
> pairs from the database?
If you're grouping a particular column, you MUST use some kind of
aggregate function on that column (eg, sum, max, or the mysql
The alternative is to retrieve N times more rows and do the grouping
and concatenation in python, which is inefficient. What Kolbe trying
to do should work just fine.
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