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Re: [libreoffice-users] Table fields from Mariadb to Base



On 7/16/19 1:54 PM, Harvey Nimmo wrote:
I am connecting a Base client (Version: 6.1.3.2) to a remote mariadb
using the MySQL (JDBC) connector.

A form I had generated in Base needed a new field that had to be added
to the source (Base) query and the related (Mariadb) table.

Having added the new field to the table using the Base client, I
expected it to appear in the query which is of the form (SELECT * FROM
<tablename>). It didn't until I closed Base and restarted it.

Is this a bug? Known or new?

Best Regards

Harvey

I did not have any problem with this. I did this:

1) Created a new query from a current table in my database, Commentary. Use SQL, I added
        SELECT * FROM `Bible`.`Commentary` `Commentary`

2) Added a field to Commentary table.

3) Saved the table.

4) Saved the database. (Did you do this?)

5)I opened the query. (If your query was already open, you should have clicked the Run button.)

Dan


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