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    Default define some trusted directory - for a DB - how to do that?

    hello dear linux-community,


    want to install a base-db

    therefore in need to take care for the prerequistes - eg th HSQL-driver - that comes bundled with the zipped arcive.

    i have to do / take care for some "Installation" - things
    :
    Call menu:Tools>Options and choose the Security section.
    Click [Macro Security...] and define some trusted directory if you don't have set up any. Working with the database does not rely on any macros.

    well - can you help he how to do that!?

    - eg on a windoes machine and....

    - (eg on a lin machine..)
    dilbert ;-)
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    Default Re: define some trusted directory - for a DB - how to do that?

    Hi
    The HyperSQL Database Engine (hsqldb) is already available in Tumbleweed? Are you try to create or connect to eg LibreOffice?
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    Default Re: define some trusted directory - for a DB - how to do that?

    hello dear malcolm

    Quote Originally Posted by malcolmlewis View Post
    Hi
    The HyperSQL Database Engine (hsqldb) is already available in Tumbleweed? Are you try to create or connect to eg LibreOffice?
    thanks for the answer - i am trying to create to connect to libreoffice.

    but i get errors all the time
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    Default Re: define some trusted directory - for a DB - how to do that?

    hello dear malcolm,

    the errors are the following..

    the driverclass org.hsqldb.jdbcDriver could not be loaded the path for the
    additional classes is file:///home/myname/documents/OOo/NT-...../hsqldb.jar
    hmm - what to do!?
    dilbert ;-)
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    Default Re: define some trusted directory - for a DB - how to do that?

    Hi
    As far as I know (which isn't much) you need to add the hsqldb.jar file via Tools -> Options -> Java first. It is built in, so try the system one?
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    Default Re: define some trusted directory - for a DB - how to do that?

    hello dear Malcolm - many thanks for the quick reply...

    i will look after this...

    and - i guess that this following things are important too....


    "Add, remove, or change a trusted location"

    You should use a trusted location to store a file when you don't want that file to be checked by the Trust

    see: https://support.office.com/en-us/art...3-4e7c67147fb4

    Add a trusted location

    Click File > Options.

    Click Trust Center > Trust Center Settings > Trusted Locations.

    Click Add new location.

    Click Browse to find the folder, select a folder, and then click OK.

    Again see: https://support.office.com/en-us/art...3-4e7c67147fb4


    well - how to to that!?

    look forward to hear from you ...

    grreetigns
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    Default Re: define some trusted directory - for a DB - how to do that?

    On Sat 26 Nov 2016 04:36:02 PM CST, dilbertone wrote:

    hello dear Malcolm - many thanks for the quick reply...

    i will look after this...

    and - i guess that this following things are important too....
    *

    "Add, remove, or change a trusted location"
    *
    You should use a trusted location to store a file when you don't want
    that file to be checked by the Trust

    see: http://tinyurl.com/qx5zapl

    Add a trusted location

    Click File > Options.

    Click Trust Center > Trust Center Settings > Trusted Locations.

    Click Add new location.

    Click Browse to find the folder, select a folder, and then click OK.

    Again see: http://tinyurl.com/qx5zapl


    well - how to to that!?

    look forward to hear from you ...

    grreetigns


    Hi
    I would assume since Windows has no security they need to lock it down,
    on linux it depends on the file permissions, ownership and group(s).

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