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service DatabaseImportDescriptor
Description
represents a description of how data from an external database is imported.
See also
XDatabaseRange
Developers Guide
Spreadsheets - Database Import

Properties' Summary
DataImportMode
SourceType
enables importing and specifies from what type of source data is imported.  
string
DatabaseName
specifies the name of the database from which data is imported.  
string
SourceObject
specifies the table, query, or statement from which data is imported.  
boolean
IsNative
[ OPTIONAL ]
specifies whether the SQL statement is given directly to the database or is parsed before.  
string
ConnectionResource
[ OPTIONAL ]
indicates a connection URL, which locates a database driver.  
Properties' Details
SourceType
DataImportMode SourceType;
Description
enables importing and specifies from what type of source data is imported.
DatabaseName
string DatabaseName;
Description
specifies the name of the database from which data is imported.
SourceObject
string SourceObject;
Description
specifies the table, query, or statement from which data is imported.

The meaning of this is determined by the DatabaseImportDescriptor::SourceType attribute.

IsNative
boolean IsNative;
Usage Restrictions
optional
Description
specifies whether the SQL statement is given directly to the database or is parsed before.
Since
OOo 2.0
ConnectionResource
string ConnectionResource;
Usage Restrictions
optional
Description
indicates a connection URL, which locates a database driver.
Since
OOo 2.0

 
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