> > > > is there a way return a column with the row number automatically
> > > > generated according the way the rows were processed by the query.
> > >
> > > No, but you can easily keep a counter in the client.
> > How, then, do I do it if I "need" the "row number" in a view ?
> Keep the counter in the client as you process or display the result
Well, but I'd like to use those "row numbers" in a comparison
right inside the view definition ...
There are 5 vaccinations in a given vaccination schedule.
Patient had 3 shots.
I want the view to show me that shot 4 and 5 are missing
without having to enter the cardinality of the vaccination in
the original data.
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