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This problem seems to have been observed not so long ago:
The fix that is mentioned in that post is there:
Not sure if the proposed solution will help, but it seems that this
type of corruption is not uncommon.
Rémy Gauthier.
Le dimanche 07 janvier 2018 à 18:49 +0100, Robert Großkopf a écrit :
Hi Peter,
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.

It's right. It has only to be the same bit-version.

You could use the macro for copying the file to the backup-folder of
when opening the file. It's published in the Base-Handbook. I could
it here also.

With this macro you get, for example, 10 different versions saved in
backup-folder. If you get any problems whith opening a file you could
choose the last backup there.


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