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How to update MySQL table in reverse order?

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Hi All,

Say I have a table like this:

ROWID(unique)  NAME
4 etc.....

...up to 100 rows.

How would I update the ROWID to ROWID+15?

I guess I need to do it in reverse order, starting with ROWID 100=>115, then ROWID 99=>114, as I get a duplicate key error if I just do a regular:

update `MYTABLE` set `ROWID`=`ROWID`+15

What little bit of MySQL am I missing?



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