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Le 17/06/11 08:36, Marc-André Laverdière a écrit :
Is there _any_ database that people use that doesn't have a JDBC driver
at this point?
Maybe we can keep our lives simple by only enabling JDBC drivers?

Other than the fact that it would make LibreOffice even more dependent
on Java technologies, which is precisely the opposite direction in which
current evolution of the product is planned, using JDBC within
LibreOffice really sucks when it comes to performance for anything more
than a few thousand tuples, not to mention the various quirks when Java
runtime or JDK versions are changed, either by the user, or the OS
supplier / distributor.


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