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On Thu, 24 Mar 2011 13:10:39 +0100, Andreas Sägervilleroy@t-online.deAm 24.03.2011 12:44, Renato 
Pontefice wrote:Hi,I'm very very new to Libreoffice (about 5 minutes:-))I have to create a DB. Of 
course I will use Base, but:- I'm wondering if it could be published as a stand alone. I
          mean:I need to create the DB, but my client won't have Libre office
          (and it workswith MS Windows). So I'm intrested on a way to publish DB with
          run time. Isthere)TIARenatoSorry, Base is not a database program. It is hardly more than a
        bridge between database backends (MySQL, Postgre and many
        others) and office documents (serial letters, bibliographies,
        calculation models,...).The single-document type of zipped HSQLDB can do a small
        fraction of the stunts you may know from MS Access but at the
        high cost of bad performance, single user security, bad safety
        (data loss).Base is extremely useful in what it has been made for. No more,
        no less.Greetings,Andreas
You could try using HSQLDB directly for your client.  Download at The version in 
OpenOffice (and I assume also LibreOffice??) is
    v1.8. B
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