sort order

sort order

[′sȯrt ‚ȯr·dər]
(computer science)
The sequence into which a collection of records are arranged after they have been sorted.
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The market will sort order according to market prices of the schedule annexed to the tender document.
Add the Category, Budget Item, Production Units, and Sort Order fields to the query.
The Orbitz/iSeatz solution includes a fully customizable offering built to meet partner's exact specifications and complete control over the user experience, presentation of supplier's inventory and sort order.
Designers and developers have full control of the table's multiple columns of data, sort order, and filtering.
He or she can control the document's look by selecting an output style and a sort order for references--a feature that provides an easy way to update curricula vitae and reading lists, the company adds.
You can include specific fields, define a sort order, and more.
Using the correct language and dialect appropriately includes such things as reading direction, sort order, method of word emphasis, and layout of user interfaces.
When you choose Export from the FILE Main Menu option, you will be prompted to export All Records, Marked Records, In Sort Order (with the option of setting low and high selection values), and Deleted Records Only.
It provides store owners with the ability to build and customize reports, add/remove columns and custom fields, filter, summarize, group and total results, set sort order, save custom reports and share them with other users.
Before we begin the automation process, remember to go back into the queries and add the Sort Order field if you haven't already done so.
This will take you back to the What sort order and summary information .
Reference Web Poster also allows users to describe the contents of posted databases and specify the display format for bibliographic references, including the output style and sort order.