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Le 14/10/2013 18:24, Fernand Vanrie a écrit :

Hi Fernand,

is this due to the Extension or is it a problem after changing the
datetime stuff in the API ?

Probably the API change. The extension to which Heinrich is referring is a PPA built one (or does Ubuntu now ship ?), I guess, as the official TDF builds do not contain the mysql connector extension, so it seems likely that the PPA provided extension connector was built on source code that existed before the API was changed. Unless Heinrich is referring to some connector from some other source ?

Jésus Corius build a new Windows version for 4.1 , works not for XP ,
works fine for Win7 and Win8 but crasches on some (big 90.000 records))
tables with Timestamps and Datetime rfileds?

The change in the basic LO datetime handling data length code to take account of nanoseconds (for which mysql doesn't provide for suppport AFAIK) might be the cause here too. I've no idea how LO handles that lack of support here for the conversion, whether it just silently drops the excess part, or whether it tries to convert it into something meaningful and then gets confused and falls over. You'd have to ask over on the dev mailing list.


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