Am 16.12.2015 um 09:19 schrieb Ken Heard:
On 2015-12-12 20:57, Don Parris wrote:
The "address books:registering" entry in the LibreOffice Writer help
(F1) explains how to import various address books into Writer. I have
so far set it up to use my icedove address book in Writer, but I have
yet to use it for actual addressing.
We can connect a Base document with dozends of different database types,
spreadsheets, plain text (csv), dBase and some address books.
This topic is about the KDE address book in particular. LO has a
built-in driver (sdbc:address:kab) which does not work anymore because
the KDE folks added a new abstraction layer "Akonadi" between database
and client applications.
According to the German Wikipedia, Akonadi saves data in some Sqlite,
MySQL or PostgreSQL database.
Either we find a way to connect to this database (for all 3 types
drivers are availlable) or someone writes a new sdbc driver for "Aconadi".
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