[Solved] How to add a new row to a sql server table in the first position (from python)

Luigi87 Asks: How to add a new row to a sql server table in the first position (from python)
I have an sql table Tab 1 in a Database. It is ordered in descent way based on the date. This table has to be updated with new records from python. In python I have another table Tab 2 similar to this one (same column names) but new data again ordered in descent way as well. I need to copy/insert the records in Tab 2 into Tab 1. In particulat only those records which are new (it happens Tab 1 has records already present in Tab 2 and those do not have to be copied/inserted again)

In details, once these 2 tables are available, the code opens sql server and looping through the row of the Tab 2, it checks if that record is a new one. If YES, there is INSERT query which is supposed to place the new record at the first position of Tab 1. So that the final version of Tab 1 is still ordered in descent way (the new records should be at the beginning of Tab 1). However, this is not happening, the new records are added in the middle of Tab 1 or in some other position.

I tried using also INSERT TOP(1) to force this behaviour but is not working.

It should be an easy task for an expert (which I am not) to insert a new row in the first position of an existing SQL table, but I am stuck. Below the code:

Code:
cnxn = pyodbc.connect('DRIVER={SQL Server};SERVER='+server+';DATABASE='+database+';UID='+username+';PWD='+ password)
cursor = cnxn.cursor()
df = pd.read_sql_query('SELECT * FROM dbo.Twitter',cnxn) #--> df is *Tab 1*, it is in sql server

for index, row in df5.iterrows(): #-->df5 is the python table, its records have to be inserted
    if str(row.id) not in df.id.values: #--> if they are new
        cursor.execute("INSERT INTO Twitter (id, Date_Time,Author,Tweet,Link, Source, Is_retwitted, Sentiment) values(?,?,?,?,?,?,?,?)", row.id, row.created_at, row.author, row.full_text, row.entities,row.source, row.is_retwitted, row.Sentiment) #-->QUERY
cnxn.commit()
cursor.close()

Many thanks in advance

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