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SQL Order By Clause Must Be a Field Name in Q+E

Last reviewed: October 31, 1994
Article ID: Q45979

SUMMARY

When using the Order By clause with a SQL select statement, the parameter must be a field name in one of the databases listed in the From clause.

If the field name is not in one of the databases listed in the From clause, then Q+E displays the following error message

   Query field not found <fieldname>

where <fieldname> is the actual field name not found. When using the Order By clause, the field name does not have to be one of the names in the select clause.


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Last reviewed: October 31, 1994
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