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adamsjw2
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 16, 2006 4:51 pm    Post subject: no hsqldb2.so in java.library.path Reply with quote

Hi all,
Sorry if this has been covered elsewhere, but a search in the forum didn't help. I tried to open a table in OO Base 2.0.0.5 and I received the error as noted in my subject line. This might be Debian specific. I'm using a debian "etch" install. Blackdown JRE is installed.

Any help would be greatly appreciated as I'm up against a deadline.
TIA,
Jim A.
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 16, 2006 7:13 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I don't know much about Linux in general and even less about debian, but I remembered seeing something about HSQLDB2 on the mail list at OO.o

Here is a copy of one of the emails, maybe it means something to you...it's all greek to me (no offense to any one here that actually speaks Greek.. Very Happy )

Quote:

Frank Schönheit - Sun Microsystems Germany wrote:
>>>the hsqldb.jar must be in the program folder of the office, otherwise
>>>the hsqldb2*.so can not be found by the jar file.
>
> Sorry, this should have been program/classes.
>
>>Thank you, now it says "no hsqldb2 in java.library.path"
>>
>>Is there someway to just tell it where these files are, rather than
>>creating a link for each one in the /openoffice/program directory?
>
> This shouldn't be necessary at all. I'm a little bit surprised that your
> original OOo version does not seem to contain hsqldb.jar (at least you
> didn't mention) - where did you get it from? Was it an "official"
> release from www.openoffice.org, or a specially-built version from some
> Linux vendor?

Moving the link to the classes directory fixed the problem. I installed
OpenOffice with a deb via the Synaptic Package Manager, utilizing the
Agnula & Debian/Debian US repositories.

Thank you
Douglas


If you want to see the original message, go to the OO.o site, then the DBA project page and the mailing lists there. It is on the Users list, just do a search for hsqldb2

HTH

Drew
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 17, 2006 7:51 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Drew,
Thanks, but this didn't help. I'm a little stumped on this.
Jim
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