Le 28/09/12 14:43, Mark Stanton a écrit :
My query couldn't use the query wizard (Andreas won't be surprised).
In coding the query I wrote the field names in camelcase (eg
"Address1", "PersonName"), the actual database fields are all in
lowercase. Changing this made the mailmerge show data.
However, the query worked prior to that, and in fact the hidden
paragraph conditions worked correctly, even though they were also in
I seem to recall reading that somewhere on the French user list a while ago.
Interestingly, calculated fields given camelcase names with "AS"
work! Uncalculated fields given names (eg `Address1` AS `Address1`)
Interestingly, again, it seems that some conditional statements don't
work the way they used to, either.
Yes, from what I have seen on the French user list, I would concur, but
have not tried this myself. I gave up on the mailmerge wizard ages ago,
because it kept screwing up my results. There is also a bug where the
fields of the db get shifted towards the right in a Writer document, for
some as yet unexplained reason, which also screws up people's mailmerge
Duplicate mailmerge data entries :
Blank lines :
Non-ascii characters (e-mail) :
Pictures in mailmerge labels :
and the list goes on...
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