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On 01/24/2013 05:14 PM, capemayal wrote:
Hello Alex.

Thanks your response.

I'm using 3.5.4 from Ubuntu 12.04 LTS software library.

Right now, the only workaround I've found is to create view from the query,
then use that for the report.

However, I'm going to assume you've gotten 3.7 from the LO website.

I'll uninstall my 3.5.4 and d/l from the LO site.

Do you think I'll have any problem using the DB with the newer version?


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No, I have been using for Base working with tables, queries, forms, and reports without any problems. This is true for both 32 and 64 bit versions. The following I have done on a 32 bit laptop. (I also have a tower that is 64 bit. All LO software on it comes from the LO website.) I use LO from the LO site and have no problems with Base. LO 3.7 has been changed to LO 4.0.0, and this is almost but not quite ready to be used for everyday use. If I were you, I would download the version I use: Until today, I had been using 3.5.4 from Ubuntu 12.04 to connect to MySQL. I used this to access the data from tables and run queries. I did not do any work with reports. But after reading your emails about problems with reports, I tried to create a report from a query. The wizard would not even open. So, I have removed it. Recently, I have been able to use a different driver to connect to MySQL, so I have not learned anything. If you are going to uninstall your 3.5.4 version, use synaptic to do so. Search for "libreoffice" and remove anything that is listed in the Installed Version column and begins with 1:3.5.4-0Ubuntu. If you want some suggestions as to how to install LO from the LO site, let me know.


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