Le 29/12/2014 00:20, craig48 a écrit :
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("com.sun.star.sdbc.DriverManager")
oCon = oManager.getConnection(sURL)
Your connection context needs to be complete. Unfortunately, the short
snippet you have given here doesn't show enough information as to
whether or not you've defined the requisite objects and VARs.
The resulting error is:
BASIC runtime error.
An exception occurred
Message: Access denied for user 'craig'@'mac.localdomain' (using password:
This would indicate that you either haven't passed, or defined the
connection string (uid/pwd) correctly, or else are trying to access the
remote instance via an incorrectly defined host string.
Try using the URL interaction handler :
Dim SourceName as String, AskPwd as Object
Dim mySource as Object, myDBContext as Object
SourceName = "Test"
myDBContext = CreateUnoService("com.sun.star.sdb.DatabaseContext")
mySource = myDBContext.getByName(SourceName)
AskPwd = CreateUnoService("com.sun.star.sdb.InteractionHandler")
mySource.IsPasswordRequired = true
myConnection = mySource.connectWithCompletion(AskPwd)
if IsNull(myConnection) then
MsgBox("Connection failed", 16)
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