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Merve Usta

Frozen Experiment/Case IDs Column

It would be great if experiment/case ids column could be frozen when we scroll right. We cannot see the experiment/case ids and we cannot figure out which row should we click on to see/download data file. (when we scroll right to see the rest of the database.)

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  6. Andre Goil

    The reason for this error is that SQL SELECT statements are logically * processed in the following order:

    • FROM: selection of one table or many JOINed ones and all rows combinations that match the ON conditions.

    • WHERE: conditions are evaluated and rows that do not match are removed.

    • GROUP BY: rows are grouped (and every group collapses to one row)

    • HAVING: conditions are evaluated and rows that do not match are removed.

    • SELECT: list of columns is evaluated.

    • DISTINCT: duplicate rows are removed (if it's a SELECT DISTINCT statement)

    • UNIONEXCEPTINTERSECT: the action of that operand is taken upon the rows of sub-SELECT statements. For example, if it's a UNION, all rows are gathered (and duplicates eliminated unless it's a UNION ALL) after all sub-SELECT statements are evaluated. Accordingly for the EXCEPT or INTERSECT cases.

    • ORDER BY: rows are ordered.

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    Therefore, you can't use in WHERE clause, something that hasn't been populated or calculated yet. See also this question: oracle-sql-clause-evaluation-order

    logically processed: Note that database engines may as well choose another order of evaluation for a query (and that's what they usually do!) The only restriction is that the results should be the same as if the above order was used.

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