[CentOS] (OT) OpenOffice.org calc chart strangeness.
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Mon Apr 5 03:16:12 UTC 2010
On Sat, Apr 03, 2010, Pascal Robert wrote:
>Le 2010-04-02 à 20:19, Bill Campbell a écrit :
>> The Linux tie-in is that I'm getting data from a postgresql database that
>> lives on a Linux box, and none of the fancy commercial products seem to be
>> able to use it in their data sources.
>You should be able to connect to it with a ODBC driver for pgsql, Excel on
>both Windows and OS X should be able to talk to it by ODBC.
Connecting OpenOffice.org/NeoOffice to postgresql isn't a problem
using the JDBC drivers (which seems to be the logical choice
given the Java heritage of StarOffice->OpenOffice.org. I have
been connecting them to postgresql and mysql for year now.
My problem is that OO/NeoOffice charts don't seem to take the
first column of data as the X-Axis, but put everything on the
Y-Axis which doesn't make sense to me.
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