"Gary J. Farmer" <farmer(at)arlut(dot)utexas(dot)edu> writes:
> >> I think the order thing will work though I have no choice of using
> >> numbering for the address_type as I am working off a pre-existing
> >> database. They are using a mnemonic char type. I am essentially batch
> >> downloading and processing this and other database tables for query
> >> and presentations using web pages. BTW, does the 'limit' feature exist
> >> in Oracle? The main database I am extracting data from is Oracle...
> I do not know whether you can add a table associating "priority" with
> "address_type". If you can, you might try something like the following
> example, using the address_priority table:
> Appears to work with either Oracle or Postgres (though I changed VARCHAR
> to VARCHAR2 for Oracle).
> Gary Farmer
That looks like a workable solution. I'll try it out. Thanks...
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