I have chosen the configuration LO-Base front ent to Mariadb backend
becuase of the advantage of database server with Terrabytes of disk
But I am wondering seriously whether I have made a good choice. There
seem to be serious compatibilty problems between them in spite of the
LO MySQL(JDBC) driver interface. For example, The GUI tells me that 3
arguments required by the LO-Base DATEDIFF() function is to incorrect,
and accepts only two arguments (as per MYSQL). But a LO-Base query with
2 arguments, which is syntactically accepted, returns no data.
I am beginning to feel a bit frustrated with this LO-Base/Mariadb idea.
That would be a pity, as the GUI would theoretically be good to avoid
all the SQL typing work (not really within the scope of my expertise),
and the Forms and Reports are a bonus that is missing in the phpMyAdmin
But perhaps it's just the hot weather.
On Fri, 2022-08-12 at 10:09 +0200, Robert Großkopf wrote:
OK. Thanks, Robert. That is more or less the conclusion that I had
to. Not very user-friendly, but it works.
Reason for this behavior might be you are using a server database for
many users. Have had a look with PHPMyAdmin. Couldn't edit the view
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