SELECT ... INTO in a temporary table (order)

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this query show order data
select sod.LineTotal, sod.ProductID,[SalesOrderDetailID]
--INTO #OrderArchive02
from sales.SalesOrderDetail sod
order by sod.LineTotal desc

22914.572604      772       916
22028.806800      969       36827
21121.362418      775        805
20145.391500      954       55439
19930.825200      966       61115
19641.062232      773  803

i execute SELECT INTO in a temporary table
select sod.LineTotal, sod.ProductID,[SalesOrderDetailID]
INTO #OrderArchive03
from sales.SalesOrderDetail sod
order by sod.LineTotal desc

i execute this select
select * from #OrderArchive03
2632.492200      777      5717
3977.988300      774      5718
2632.492200      775      5719
464.557795      743      5720
2632.492200      778      5721

the data is not displayed orderly, that I make the data display ordered?
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CamilliaCommented:
Add "order by" to
select * from #OrderArchive03

You're just selecting from the table without specifying an order.
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Mike EghtebasDatabase and Application DeveloperCommented:
No points please,

re:> the data is not displayed orderly, that I make the data display ordered?

There is no guarantee what order data is inserted or displayed in a table. On reading data however, as  Camillia has stated, you need to include the required order by clause.

Mike
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