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Sophie, great to hear this.

Just a suggestion - would it not be better to move that wiki page, once it
is finished in English and maybe localized in a few languages, to LO help
(by the time of string freeze, LO63RC1)?

Some (corporate/government/military etc.) users do not have internet access
due to security reasons, also wiki is simpler to hack, servers can be down

If local help is not present, the system can still redirect to wiki help,
that mechanism is already in place.

Lp, m.

V V čet., 13. jun. 2019 ob 11:36 je oseba sophi <>

Hi all,

With 6.3 release, when you open a database, the UI would show the user a
link, on the dialog box which starts the process, to a wiki page with
detailed information on what was possible with Migration Assistant(MA)
from HSQLDB to another engine and on how to perform a migration with or
without use of the MA too.

The link in the dialog box will point to this wiki page here:

It is empty for the moment but documentation team is working on it (a
preview of the structure is on Drew page here

The page will be marked for translation with the wiki translation


Sophie Gautier
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