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On 12/29/2014 03:13 AM, Luuk [via Document Foundation Mail Archive] wrote:

On 29-12-2014 00:20, craig48 wrote:
I am running LibreOffice on Fedora 21.  I'm trying to run a
LibreOffice basic macro from a form using the mysql direct connect. I am
able to open tables in the database without any problem.

When I open the form, the database password is requested and I enter it, and
the form's grid is loaded with the data.  I'm having trouble connecting from
the form using a basic macro. The connection requires a password. Running
the following code produces an error at the getConnection statement:

     sURL = "sdbc:mysql:mysqlc:sys76.localdomain:3306/folding"
     oManager = CreateUnoService("")
     oCon = oManager.getConnection(sURL)

The resulting error is:

BASIC runtime error.
An exception occurred
Message: Access denied for user 'craig'@'mac.localdomain' (using password:

  From this page, shich is a codesample in java, it seems that you have
to specify properties:

This pages shows some examples of how to do specify properties:

Or, in other words, the *ConnectionProperties* are missing

(disclamer: i do not make macro's in LO, too complicated ;)

Thank you for the helpful links. I agree the macros in LibreOffice are 
too complicated.


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