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SELECT * FROM t1
ORDER BY CASE WHEN col1 = 'mva' THEN 1
WHEN col1 = 'bo' THEN 2
WHEN col1 = 'rst' THEN 3
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CREATE TABLE t1
INSERT INTO t1 VALUES('RST');
INSERT INTO t1 VALUES('MVA');
INSERT INTO t1 VALUES('BO');
select 'MVA' as col, 1 as sort_order from dual
select 'BO', 2 from dual
select 'RST', 3 from dual
) sortingOrder on sortingOrder.col = t1.col1
order by sortingOrder.sort_order;
| COL1 |
| MVA |
| BO |
| RST |
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