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hi robert and girvin.
i know that base is not only the feature that needs java, as you
mentioned report builder and mediawiki also need java.
but i ment that the component that needs java is only base.
for example: i dont think writer needs java at all.
openoffice is more depending on java, even for saving files as xml and
also using different wizards like letter, web page, agenda,
presentation, fax.
but libreoffice supports all these features without java thanks God.
do you know how many percentage of libreoffice codes is written in java?
thank you God bless you all!

On 5/28/18, Robert Großkopf <> wrote:
Hi Tom,

Is anyone here in the MariaDb or MySql communities?  Is there any chance
attracting some of their devs to work on an Open Source connector or
yet to work with our devs to create native support?

There is a native connector available for MySQL/MariaDB:

I have tested both, native connector and JDBC. Have forgotten what I
missed in native-connector and works in JDBC, but decided to take
JDBC-connector instead.


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