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Hi everyone,

I'm having a problem with a query and was wondering of anyone knows the trick to this ad-hoc query.

Basically I am trying to find the top 10 users of my site, but the part i want to do is to have SQL return me back a "Rank" field that will by itself, increment itself.

Like for instance in a query, you can do something such as

"Select 1 AS Rank, AccountID FROM Score" and this will return two fields, one for accountID's and one field named Rank which equals 1.

Well what i want is to somehow:

Select TOP 10 Rank as Rank+1, AccountID FROM Score ORDER BY Score DESC"

I know that the "Rank as Rank+1" isn't correct syntax, that's the part i'm trying to find which will increment itself from 1 to 10 for each record somehow. any thoughts?

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Hi flyin,

ASPFree recently published an article that deals with this:

http://www.aspfree.com/c/a/Database/...ng-of-Records/

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thanks imar, that's a great lead. works great!!

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