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Am 06.03.2015 um 16:06 schrieb Jaroslaw Staniek:
On 5 March 2015 at 17:32, SOS <> wrote:

Stefan ,

Macro's can "live" in any document so also in a "Standalone form" , better
is to place your macro's in the LO application, who makes is fast more easy
to Update and distribute for several users as a extension.

Just curious, per a good practice, why the macros wouldn't be stored
on the server as other db objects (data)?
Why in the networked era, user needs to update their clients? We're in
post-networked era even.

Because Kexi does that by design. But here local file (reliable
sqlite3 that -based on reports- almost never crashes for users) is
handled in the same way as any server so there are no special cases.
Asking because of an intent to harmonize behaviours and approaches.

Because we are talking about office macros. An office macro is stored in
the user profle, in the install directory or in an office document.

What you have up and running on your server is a database. The office
suite and the database are 2 completely separate things. The database
accepts requests and returns requested record sets without knowing any
of your queries, forms, reports and macros. It accepts the exact same
requests from your web server returning the exact same record sets
without knowing anyting about your web server, script language or the
client's browser.

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