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Thank you for your reply. I am using Libreoffice on Microsoft
Windows 10 and always update Libreoffice when one becomes
available. I have seen comments that say Java can be a problem, if
you moved over to Firebird does this remove Java. These are
questions being raised by someone who loves to experiment but does
not have a clue when it comes to programming, I leave that to the
experts. If I continue to develop my database(s) and a change from
HSQLdb to Firebird takes place what effect might that have?
I won't change to Firebird with any version of LO at this moment.
Firebird is experimental since LO 4.2. Internal Firebird-DB has been
changed with LO 5.3 to a new version and those people, who have used
the experimental version for all LO-versions before have problems to
get the data from the old FB 2.5 to the new FB 3.0.
There is no problem to use the internal HSQLDB. It will work much
better than the internal Firebird-database at this moment. Many
databases have been designed with the internal HSQLDB. So it wouldn't
be moved away suddenly. There is no problem to switch from the
internal HSQLDB to a external HSQLDB.
I you need a more stable database: Switch to a external database. If
you need a database with more functions than the old HSQLDB you could
use MySQL/MariaDB or PostgreSQL or something else.
Java will also be nedded when using the internal Firebir-Database. It
isn't only the connection to the internal HSQLDB, which will need Java.
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