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Am 16.10.2012 09:31, Heinrich Stoellinger wrote:
A couple of versions ago of LO I mentioned that I have a problem
with serial letters using Writer and MySQL-Views through Base.
When printing a letter "populated" with database-view variables
from just ONE tuple (=record) everything is fine. Unfortunately,
when selecting MORE than one tuple for printing, various different
content of the letter gets left out in all letters following the
first on.
This might be "fixed" text (i.e. NOT from the db), graphics, but also
variables that should be included from the database.
Has anybody had the same experience?
I am now at LO 3.6.3-rc1 under Linux-Mint-Maya and use the native
MySQL-connector, but the same problem was present in earlier, stable
releases of both LO and MySQL (using a JDBC or ODBC connection).
When having to print - say - 150 letters, the fact that at present
I would have to print EVERY letter individually is unacceptable.
It certainly would prevent using LO in a business context!
I wonder whether anybody else has had the same experience.

Can you rewrite the view as a native SQL query?

If you can not tell us any bug report number, this bug may never be
fixed because no developer with ever take notice of the problem.

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