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I have _deleted_ the odb files on Debian Linux, and I still see the "registered database" after 
restarting LibreOffice. 

Is it a reported bug?

C. H. D. 

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--- 2012年10月29日 星期一,Dan Lewis <> 寫道﹕

寄件人: Dan Lewis <>
主題: Re: [libreoffice-users] Delete a Registered Database
日期: 2012年10月29日,星期一,下午6:48

    On 10/28/2012 09:14 PM, wrote:


In LibreOffice 3.5 Writer, how should I
delete a registered database?

Edit → Exchange Database... →

→ (Choose an ODF Spreadsheet file) →
Define → Close

Data Sources (or F4) → Right-click
the left panel → Registered databases
→ (Choose a file) → Delete → OK

(Restart LibreOffice) → Data Sources
(or F4) 

→ (The “registered database” is
_not_ deleted.)

Any ideas?

C. H. D.
          This was confusing to me to when I first began using 1.03 years ago. When you register a database, you
      tell LibreOffice where the database is located, and that is used
      so you can access data from it in the Data Source window (F4).
      When you delete a database from the registered database data, you
      are only deleting this information. 

           If you want to delete a database you have registered,
    you should do two things: browse to its location deleting the
    database file, and delete it from the registered database data.




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