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Change Column Order In Query Builder?

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  • #12659

    limex
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    Hi,

    is there an easy way to change the order of the columns in the lower part of the query builder?

    Draging of the column – as I would expect based on the experience from other similar tools – doesnt work.

    Regards

  • #33355

    ashwin
    Member

    You can sort the columns like this(Quoting from the Help file)-

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    Once the tables are dragged into the canvas and the JOINs properly set up start selecting the columns that shall be included with the RESULT of the query. There are three ways to do this:

    Selecting the table and the column in the GRID by using the drop-downs for 'table' and 'column'.

    Dragging a column from the canvas into the GRID. This (data) column will be added before the (GRID) column where you pull it.

    Double-clicking a column of a table in the canvas. The column will be added at the end/right of the GRID.

  • #33356

    limex
    Member

    Thanks for the answer. But I was not talking about the ways of ADDING columns to the GRID. That is documented and that is working fine.

    I was talking about MOVING the position ( “left”, “right”) of a column that IS ALREADY IN THE GRID.

    You understand that it is very annoing to delete a column with many settings like sort, group, criteria out of the list just to drag in the column from the CANVAS to the new position + adding the same settings for sort, group, criteria, … again.

    I would expect that feature from SQLyog. Even MS Access can handle that 😉

  • #33357

    ashwin
    Member

    Okay. We have the request in our issue-tracker here: http://code.google.com/p/sqlyog/issues/detail?id=1487

    We will schedule this according to priority.

  • #33358

    limex
    Member

    biggrin.png awesome!

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