MS access : how to add 1 row between 2 rows?
I have an access database with these tables: - sequences: it describes the sequences of a movie : ex: boy kicking ball (1) , boy hitting ball(2), boy speaking(3) etc.. movie: it is composed of sequences above. ex: 3 - 2 - 1 - 2 My problem is : how can I insert a new sequence because access always inserts it to the end. ex: I would like to get (I would like to insert sequence 3 between 2 and 1) 3 - 2 - 3 - 1 - 2 and Access will give me 3 - 2 - 1 - 2 - 3 (added to end) Any clue ?
The order of inserting data in a database is inconsequential, what is important is the order of retrieval which you manipulate by the ORDER BY substatement you provide your SELECT statement with. So you'll need to identify the field by which you can order things, e.g. a sequence id and then order on that field. like thus SELECT * FROM movie_sequences ORDER BY movie_sequence_id ASC;
Check Microsoft Access Form Values before Save
Is there any way to destroy MDW reference
vba check if specific process task id is still running
Access exports only 1st column of query
make a table in MS Access
how to get this code into a access form as text label?
Event not Firing in MS Access VBA
SQL query in Ms-access
Loop through for all shortcuts in a given location and return the target path
access vba execute after inserting new record
MS Access: How to Supply Parameters to a Query-Based Subform Control
Avoid duplication without using Indexed fields and 'no duplication'
how do i build a website using access 2010? [closed]
Is there a NotIn(“A”,“B”) function in VBA?
Access VBA: If Form Value <> NULL then run query else, end if. - not doing anything
ms-access: file already in use ERROR