I wrote a program in Delphi XE2 that opens an OpenOffice spreadsheet, inserts some data, formats it & then prints it. It worked fine, albeit slowly.
I've just uninstalled OpenOffice (3.3) & installed LibreOffice (220.127.116.11). Now I get an error message:
Invalid class string progid com.sun.star.ServiceManage
I've tracked it down to the 6th line of this procedure:
if IsOpenOfficeConnected then exit;
Screen.Cursor:= crHourglass; Application.ProcessMessages;
OpenOffice:= CreateOleObject('com.sun.star.ServiceManager'); // <---- This line
if isNullEmpty(OpenOffice) then Raise EOOoError.Create(OOo_connectKO);
Not sure what to do next, as the above code is in this file:
This unit is part of a toolbox to pilot OpenOffice.org from Delphi using COM Automation.
Copyright (C) 2004-2007 Bernard Marcelly
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