I am using LibreOffice Base 220.127.116.11 on 64 bit Linux. I have a PostgreSQL
DB that I can access without any trouble. The problem I am having is that
every time I go into the system it requires me to enter the DB password.
When I do, it works fine.
What I want is to keep the password on the database but not require user
entry of it. I have tried a bunch of stuff. I added UserName and Password
to the odbc,ini file. I also tried adding "Password=xyz" to Base's
database properties under ODBC options. I also tried unchecking the
"Password required" option on Base DB setup.
No matter what I do, it insists on getting a password.
At this point I have no forms or queries defined. I just want to be able
to into "Tables", double click on the specific table, and edit data.
Sure appreciate any help eliminating the need to enter the password each
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