On 29/10/2013 10:12, Heinrich Stoellinger wrote:
Thanks for the prompt answer! By the way, I am using the Linux
of LO. This is NOT a show stopper for me. I will continue to use the
connector until this problem is fixed...
what about speed and MySQL language changes due to the JDBC connector ?
On Tue, 29 Oct 2013 09:20:18 +0100, Fernand Vanrie <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Lionel is working on it he changed the internal MariaDB code back to the
MySQL code i am not sure if this changes go's into the version you uses
?, on Windows we have the same situation, when using ODBC no date
problems and Jésús is working on a new Windows compile.
I just downloaded pre-release LO 184.108.40.206. It includes a native MySQL
However, the same as in previous LO 4.1.x "shipments", time values are
handled incorrectly. What I see is that - for a time value of
"20:00:00" - the
column is shown as "12:20:00" for example. ALL time values are shown
When accessing the database through JDBC everything is o.k.
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