I’m still learning some tricks about MySQL as I go along and figured how to combine multiple COUNT queries into a single query returning one resultset. I wanted to specifically count on the same column/field but each count having it’s own condition on the table and then group the results by a ‘created’ date column
You may need to duplicate an existing column/field in a MySQL table with the exact same values in the new column/field as you have in the current or original column/field. First, you’ll create a new column to the table as needed: ALTER TABLE `tablename` ADD `column2` TEXT NOT NULL; Then you’ll simply execute an UPDATE
In this article I will show you how to order MySQL records by numeric values (numbers, integers & floats) from the smallest to the largest number or the other way around using a MySQL ORDER BY query.
In this article, I will show you how to dump a mysql database from one server to another remote server without having to export and import your SQL structure and data. We’ll dump a database directly to another empty database on another, remote server. In order to do this, you’ll need shell access to both
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I know that I was looking for the necessary SQL code to create a countries table, together with the necessary queries to insert all the available countries into this table, each with a unique ID key. So I decided to create it and I’m sharing it with the rest of you whom might need it.
Sometimes, you need to check if a field exists in a table and if it doesn’t, you need to add it to the table and ensure that its there. Below is a snippet which you can use a reference for checking whether a field/column exists in a MySQL database table. $tableFields = mysql_list_fields("databasename", "tablename"); $columns