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Get index of a row

 
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Hi,

My client has a MS Access database. Using this database I have to build a application. But I want to use Mysql database. So I have to get data from MS Access database. The problem is, In this MS Access tables there are no any Primary Keys. So I can't capture data correctly. But I have an idea about table row number. If I can get the index numbers of that rows I can capture them correctly. If anyone know about how to get the table row index number please tell me.

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Row numbers are a horrible way of tracking things - they can change when you reorganize your database. To change databases, you can do an export of the table to CSV.
 
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