In the mdb file, i have a lot of forms ...
I haven't make this file and we will use only libreoffice not MS Office.
2013/7/15 Regina Henschel <email@example.com>
Jean Milot schrieb:
I want save my time.
Setting the primary key on table import is 1 click. Avoiding it does not
save time, but produces trouble.
I don't want modify all the tables.
?? I thought you want to write data?
I have a mdb file, so i need already to create all the form so i f i can
use all the table without modifications.
If you will keep the mdb file untouched, you can do this:
(1) Make a copy of the mdb file and connect to this copy.
(2) Connect to the mdb file and then drag the table to a new database
using the embedded hsqldb.
(3) Export the access table into Excel format and use it in Calc or import
it to a new hsqldb.
(4) Export the access table into dBase format and connect to this dBase
(5) Export the access table into a csv table and use this as text table in
hsqldb (requires SQL).
You need to tell in more details what you really want to do and why you do
not simple connect to the mdb file, see option (1).
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