There are mysql objects you can not create
from within LO Base, even if you have already got one table defined.
*Any* "generic" (i.e. not vendor-specific) database
design/development/etc. tool will always only cover a lowest common
denominator in terms of functionality.
LO Base is not FMPro (unfortunately), nor Access, not Lotus Approach,
and I seriously doubt that it ever will be.
I would never trade PostgreSQL with any of those.
And if LO could get around to publish tutorials and handbooks
for PyUno together with Base, that could be "quite helpful", since both
LO Base and PyUno are at about The Best Kept Secrets Of
LibreOffice/OpenOffice. Together with Calc for reporting and R
statistical analysis, this could be a "killer" application for LO/OO
in corporate environments.
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