Use MySQL IN condition in FIND_IN_SET
|Added at||2017-01-01 14:01|
I have a query where I use a pretty intensive WHERE IN clause to get a list of ID's related to players.
The problems is that I want to keep the order of these ID's from the IN clause in my final result by using a FIND_IN_SET without doing the intensive query from the IN clause again. Something like this:
This is my current output:
This is what I want to get: