I am a very basic database user - not too advanced.
I downloaded LibreOffice a few days ago and created a basic database file.
It simply consisted of a single table with approximately 20 columns, a
couple of basic queries and a basic entry form.
Today I added an "image" column to the table and a corresponding "image"
field to the form.
It appeared to work fine, but then I closed the form, which In had already
done a couple of times, and from that point on I receive an error and cannot
I can close LibreOffice and open it. I can open the ODB file I created, but
if I attempt to even click on the Tables icon or if I attempt to open any of
my queries or the form, I receive the following error: "The connection to
the data source "DW Sponsorships Database" could not be established. Out
If I click on "More," I see the following additional info: "SQL Status:
S1000 Error code: -72 Out of Memory"
It is as if the Table has disappeared (probably corrupted).
This is a work file that my boss is expecting me to use TODAY - ouch!
Can anyone help?
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