Le 24/01/2016 09:04, Hank Alper a écrit :
I frequently import Calc Spreadsheets into my MySQL database using
phpMyAdmin.. My version of phpMyAdmin asks to locate the File you wish to
import.Specifically, it offers a Browse option. Locate the Calc file you
wish to import.by browsing to it in your file system.
It also asks for the type of file you wish to import. One of the options is
ODF spreadsheet.That's the format of Calc, isn't it ?
No need to convert to CSV File.
The "rub" in this useful solution is that it does indeed depend on the
version of phpmyadmin supplied with your distro.
Ian is using PCLinuxOS or PCLOS, and judging from his reply to you, it
would appear that the version supplied with that distro doesn't have the
import from ODS functionality.
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