On 10/20/2015 11:02 AM, Ian Whitfield wrote:
But did you tell LO where the JDBC driver is located? Tools >
Options > Advanced >Class Path > Add Archive. The browse to where the
driver is located. Click Open. Click OK to close Class Path and again to
close the dialog. Close LO. Restart LO.
Due to problems with Kernel updates I have rebuilt my system using the
last ISO disk I had, (2014-12).
I re-installed the ISO formatting the complete drive, updated the
system via Synaptic to bring it up to date and restored all my
backed-up data to /home. I then restored the MySQL folder under
/var/lib that contains my Database.
I then updated LO to the latest version = 220.127.116.11
But now when trying to connect to my database I get the error "The
JDBC driver could not be loaded"
mysqld is set in Services to run on Boot, Skip networking is commented
out in /etc/my.cnf.
Current driver in Base Options is set to -
com.sun.star.comp.sdbc.JDBCDriver (with pooling enabled).
Any suggestions please??
PCLOS 32-bit. KDE,
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