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Description parc 2008-12-14 07:46:00 UTC
I have written OLE code to open OpenOffice documents via "loadComponentFromURL" call. But OpenOffice opens the documents only in read-only mode, when opening an already existing document. I installed the newest developer version of OpenOffice, but this also failed. Then I deinstalled all OO 3.x versions and installed OO 2.4.1 again and my code works without problems.
Comment 1 parc 2008-12-14 08:53:20 UTC
I changed the summary, due to the fact, that it has nothing to do with the "HIDDEN" flag value. I also would like to add, that the document is opened as if READONLY is set to true, whenever I call this API call (but no parameters are set when I made this call). *When* I set READONLY to false (within the parameters) I always get an VtUnknown error from the OLE subsystem.
Comment 2 kay.ramme 2008-12-15 08:27:09 UTC
Andreas, please have a look ...
Comment 3 parc 2008-12-15 11:35:14 UTC
When I open a template (Vorlage) file I get a writeable text document, when I open an already available writer file the writer file is opened readonly - on all Windows machines I have access to (with OO 3.0.0). Then I thought, that I did something wrong with my handling with boolean values and did some tests with "Hidden" property (and this worked as expected) and the property I mentioned in my first posting is of course "ReadOnly" (and not "READONLY").
Comment 4 parc 2008-12-16 08:57:19 UTC
Got the error. I used as an URL 'file:///c:\test.odt' and this gave me the readonly-document. Using 'file:///c:/test.odt' I get a writeable document ! But I think, that this is not a very nice behaviour ! Actually an exception would be better. Is this now an error - an feature ? Stephan Bergmann schrieb: > On 12/15/08 20:44, Marten Feldtmann wrote: >> | writerDocument | >> writerDocument := aMSKOO desktop >> loadComponentFromURL: 'file:///c:\test.odt' "<string>" >> TargetFrameName: '_blank' "<string>" >> SearchFlags: 0 "<long>" >> Arguments: Array new. > > The only thing that catches my eye is the wrong "\" (vs. "/") in the file URL (but I doubt that is of relevance her
Comment 5 parc 2008-12-16 09:05:54 UTC
And I get into another problem: As I said before - the document can now be opened writeable. The lock file is also there. But I still can open the document writeable (!) a second time just by opening the document via the GUI and then I have two opened Writer windows. If I close (the later via GUI opened) document, the lock goes away (which was actually created by the API openened document. Is this ok ?
Comment 6 Rob Weir 2013-07-30 02:35:31 UTC
Reset assignee on issues not touched by assignee in more than 1000 days.