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MySQL won't show results as DESC?

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I'm simply trying to display the query below in date DESC so 2012 is at the top but for some reason it's displaying ASC?

I have used the same code on another pretty much identical database fine. Any ideas why this isn't working?

SELECT id, YEAR(`eventdate`) AS 'year', MONTH(`eventdate`) AS 'month', COUNT(`id`) AS 'count'  FROM `news` GROUP BY YEAR(`eventdate`), MONTH(`eventdate`) ORDER BY YEAR('eventdate') DESC, MONTH('eventdate') DESC

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Question by:BrighteyesDesign
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by:sedgwick
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try run the query without the id, do u get descending results?

SELECT  YEAR(`eventdate`) AS 'year', MONTH(`eventdate`) AS 'month' FROM `news` GROUP BY YEAR(`eventdate`), MONTH(`eventdate`) ORDER BY YEAR('eventdate') DESC, MONTH('eventdate') DESC
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by:BrighteyesDesign
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Still the same? very strange.
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johanntagle earned 2000 total points
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Can you try ORDER BY 1 DESC, 2 DESC ?  The numbers refer to the columns in the SELECT clause.
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by:BrighteyesDesign
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Thanks a million, works perfectly now
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