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On 06/12/2015 07:29 AM, Gordon Burgess-Parker wrote:
could I use this future date to generate a reminder in Lightning calendar?

Lightning uses SQLite.

SQLite does no data validation. It has no objections to putting a 5 MB
binary blob into a field that is supposed to be a single integer.

The Lightning database has a number of tables, most of which are fairly

Consequently, you would have to verify that the data being exported to
the Lightning database, is both of the correct data type, and within the
parameters that Lightning can handle.

If you have the programming savvy, you could write a macro/extension
that exports the appropriate data in the spreadsheet, to Lightning.

I'm not aware of anything for Firefox/Thunderbird/Sunbird or
LibO/AOo/EU/NO that can read ODF spreadsheets and write to a Lightning


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