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patrice Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Apr-12-11 01:38 AM
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129. The problem would be to randomize so many changes quickly enough AND
Edited on Tue Apr-12-11 02:00 AM by patrice
preferably by yourself, for security (HA!!!).

What if you add a primary key, or what would actually be a secondary key since the records already have a primary key, and then duplicate the table, then add any kind of sortable field to the duplicate, sort on that field, make your changes by duplicating groups of votes, sort on the primary key again and then copy & paste the changes back into the original table?
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