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Heinrich ,
in the past i used the the "name" of the DBfield in a expression of a Conditional field.

something like:

suppose your DBfield is namend GENDER then

if GENDER = "Women".....

hope it helps

I want the following to work in writer (LO, Linux-Mint 17):
if db.table.field != "" -> print db.table.field else print nothing.
In other words - if a field in a DB-tuple isn't empty I want LO
to print that field, otherwise don't print anything. I have no
problem printing "fixed text" if a condition is fulfilled. However,
I can't get it to work in case I want the DB-field itself printed.
H. Stoellinger

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