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If you really need to rely on your data keeping its coherency and
consistency, my advice would be not to use the default hsqldb/ODB pair
that is provided as the default. It is a shame really, as hsqldb in
itself, certainly in its 2.0 version, is a capable db engine. It is just
the integration with AOO/LO that is one of the root causes of many of
the problems that users experience.

Isn't hsqldb *still* a (relatively) good choice, as long as it is installed and 
used *external* to Base?  That does of course mean it's still not the "default" 

Mark Stanton

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