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NeoOffice Base allows you to either connect to an external database (MySQL, dBase, Calc, etc.) or to create an "embedded database" using the included HSQL database engine. In addition to entering and editing data, you can create Queries, Views, and Forms, as well as access any registered datasource in Writer and Calc documents.


[edit] Tips and Hints in the Wiki

Note that some of the pages are "stubs" consisting mostly of links to discussions on trinity.

Additional tips can be found on the New Articles Needed page, which contains links to stub pages and/or threads in trinity that need to be developed into full blown articles.

[edit] Connecting to and Importing from Other Databases

[edit] Other Base Tips in the Wiki

[edit] External Tips

[edit] Documentation, Tutorials, etc.

[edit] User Guides and Documentation

[edit] User Guides and Other "General" Documentation

[edit] Definitions

[edit] Using Macros in Base

[edit] HSQLDB and SQL Documentation

[edit] Books

[edit] Forums

Probably the oldest forum users. It is well frequented.
A newer forum. Many of the regulars also frequent, so double posting is not reccommended.

[edit] Tutorials

A new series of tutorials being written by one of NeoWiki's editors. Follows the creation of a database for tracking birding trips and sightings.
step-by-step construction of a small relational database for employees, with some advanced concepts like forms toward the end

[edit] Miscellaneous

includes lots of good links to documentation and tutorials

[edit] Database Examples

  • Gemstone. A double entry accounting system.
  • Herbs An example which tracks groups, cures, and myths for herbs. A commercial site, but the Herbs example database is Free.

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