I'm trying to pull some info out of a Moodle database.
There is one part that has a list of questions that you can order in whatever way you want through the Moodle interface.
However, the way it stores this in the database is making it hard for me to make a custom query that orders these items in the same manner outside of the moodle interface.
So there is a column ID, then a column NEXTPAGEID.
Here are the first 5 rows in the SQL to give you an example of what I need:
ID: 1; NEXTPAGEID: 3
ID: 3; NEXTPAGEID: 118
ID: 9; NEXTPAGEID: 10
ID: 10; NEXTPAGEID: 515
ID: 11; NEXTPAGEID: 12
So the order I really need is ID: 1, 3, 118, (whatever the NEXTPAGEID of 118 is), etc.
So is this possible in SQL or do I have to deal with it in the PHP when I output this query?