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Thanks Robert. Restoring from a backup is exactly what I've been doing. But
it's odd. It's a database I use about once or twice a week (depending on how
much wine I've been drinking), and it's failed to open 4 times since then:
the saved dates were 26 November, 24 December, 27 December and 5 Jan. I've
used it more often, though, and I've decided to save a copy whenever I save
the original. And possibly I'll save the original before opening it as well.

I agree that the database is corrupt, but what's corrupting it? I haven't
had any such corruptions on any other LO documents (famous last words?) or
other files. I've had a closer look, and the corrupt files seem to be the
last 46 KB (approx) of the original (which are 184 KB).

Both LO and Java are 64-bit versions.  Is it a good idea to revert to 32-bit
versions? I'm not sure how LO decides which Java to use if given the choice;
I assume it picks up the same bit-version. Bugzilla doesn't show any obvious
connection between 64-bit and database corruption.

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