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On Mon, 2012-04-23 at 11:31 +0200, Ian Whitfield wrote:
On 21/04/2012 16:58, Ian Whitfield wrote:

So what can be causing the problem??

I'm a little despondent - over a week since I started this exercise and 
I'm still nowhere.  Also 3 days since my last post and no suggestions.

Can anyone help me out??

I stand at the point of having HSQLDB2.2.8 on my computer but when I try 
to create a new DB I get a "cannot load driver error" (see previous 
posts). Is it that you CAN'T CREATE a new Database this way?? )I can't 
believe this). Or what am I doing wrong??

I _HAVE_ to crack this urgently and need some more help from some of you 
experts out there.

What I need to do - Set-up HSQLDB2 (Done); Link to it (fail); Create a 
new table layout (pending); import my data via .csv (pending). START 
WORK AGAIN (urgent)!!!

Thanks a lot.

Ian Sig
*/_Ian Whitfield_/*

     What is the name of your database? 

     What folder are you going to use to hold the data? 

     What is the path to this folder?


     Do you have the problems corrected the data in the database


     Is is this still the path to hsqldb?
 Tools >Options > LibreOffice > Java > Class Path  


     With this information, I think someone will be able to help you
since these are the things you need to know to use hsqldb 2.2.8 as the
backend and Base as the front end.


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