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On Wed, 2012-05-09 at 14:12 +0100, Tony Sumner wrote:
On May 09, 2012, Dan Lewis wrote:

Likely, the first
person has the version that should be used in a Windows OS, and the
second person has the version that should be used in a Linux OS. 

Oh, come on. It is obvious which version is which and I had the
Windows one.  The instructions for creating the driver are very simple
and clear and I followed them. When it said driver not found it meant 
diving into the depts of Windows which I am reluctant to do. 

Fernand says that the native driver does work for Windows XP. So I must
have looked at some out of date documentation that said otherwise. 
In that connection, Heinrich, I am sure I saw something to the effect that
if you are using Linux you should use JDBC and not ODBC. Can't find it
now though. 

Thanks to everyone for the suggestions as to what I can do now to get
it working but I don't need to do anything do I, just learn how to get
the best out of OOo Base. Like importing data from a CSV file which is
much more complicated than it need be. 

Hi Tony

Alexandro is giving you some very good intelligence Tony, you would pay attention.


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