I would also un-instal your current version first. I started up an existing database and tried running a Query via a form and got an error with the following details. All these because of either upgrades in version or because of testing for others. I’m running Ubuntu OK – I’ve been doing some Googling on this problem.
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Though it seems like it shouldn’t be necessary, I’m going to try what Rbiker did – uninstall Java and start from scratch. What DB are you using – embedded, split, external? I have also changed from Firefox to Windows Explorer as my default browser – problem persisted.
I see this very helpful and intuitive error message after trying to opening the Evolution mail client address book in LibreOffice on Ubuntu I started up an existing database and tried running a Query via a form and got an error with the following details.
If so can other users access and update the database or how are the permissions set to allow that? Ian, in these case you can panic: Or seen as Alex Thurgood’s name comes up a lot in libreorfice Bug Report does anyone have his eMail address so that we can get an update on this??
No SDBC driver found
Have there been any recent changes to LO? Can’t say this is the problem, but it wouldn’t be the first time even this year.
I would also un-instal your current version first. Can you create a new embedded Base file? Once I reset that in safe mode, normal functionality was restored, and Java became visible again.
Thursday, 26 January, Hello Ian, Well, it sounds as if somewhere sdbbc the line you llibreoffice picking up the HSQLdb jar distributed by the upstream project, rather then the jar file distributed with the application. The connection to the external data source could not be established.
base error: no SDBC Driver found – Ask LibreOffice
A connection for the following URL was requested “sdbc: I even tried to create a new Ho which it did OK and then renaming my old file to this name but I still get the same error!! Everything is fine, except for Base.
Check out the FAQ! I can install to system jo where libreofifce is found automatically or place it in a user folder where when pointed to it remains. The more information you can provide on what is going on like upgrading from another LO version; 32 to 64 bit; DB change the more likely someone can help. HY The connection to the external data source could not be established.
Has Base ever worked on your setup?
Where does LO store dummy text? The only connector that works really well is the native one.
Base – No SDBC driver found!!
Done default-jre is already the newest version. You can also close the question by clicking on the X close lower right corner of your question. In reply to this post by Ian Whitfield Hi, I have several.
My guess is a possible incorrect Java installed.