On Sat, 2012-04-14 at 07:46 -0700, clehmann wrote:
I have installed LibreOffice 126.96.36.199 with base on Win 7 Home Premium (both
French). I have Java 6 update 31 also installed.
I am able to start LibreOffice without any problem. I am also able to open
any text, spreadsheet, ... document without any problem. However, once in a
while, when opening any of my *.odb database, LibreOffice goes into the "No
response" status. After having "killed" it and restarted from scratch, I am
able to open my database.
I have tried to change the setting in tools->options->Java to select a
different JRE (I have 1.6.0_22 and 1.6.0_31 installed) without success.
This sounds similar to an issue with Base in the past, though it has
been gone for a while I thought. The cause as I recall was the JRE not
fully exiting out between closing and opening of two ODB files (using a
java based database of course). IIRC it was most prominent when using
the quickstarter feature under windows.
So - if your problem happens when opening an ODB file for the first time
in a session it would be different.
But if the problem only happens when opening a second (or subsequent)
ODB file during the session:
If you are running quickstarter disable it and see if the problem goes
Let us know if that helps.
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