I currently have a table already in production that would like to add a sort to (GROUP BY field ASC). The table currently is just sorted by the PK in an ascending order. i would like to sort on another field.
The table is used as a backend storage for a web app. So by the sorting the table on the backend, I would like the usernames sorted on the front end web app.
Unless you change the primary key, which I would not advise, you cannot "sort" the table. Also, "GROUP BY" is the wrong terminology, you should be thinking "ORDER BY".
So, essenitally, what yyou probably
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