Bill Maidment a =E9crit :
> I've been using phpMyAdmin for some time now and I'm currently using=20
> I'm mystified as to the sort sequence of tables shown in the initial=20
> page of a database. I have, for example, the entry for table=20
> B5A_TRANSACT positioned between tables B09_NAME and B10_PURCHASE
> Can anyone explain this to me?
Setting $cfg['NaturalOrder'] to FALSE will solve this. When TRUE,
phpMyAdmin relies on the natsort() function to sort.
This method is usually better, since it will "improve" the sorting
for cases like
But in your case, the natsort() does a worse job.