Created attachment 68852 [details]
Postscript-file that contains the first and second letter of a batch.
Steps to reproduce:
- Open an .odt-file that contains text, graphics, and references to database variables in a MySQL-DB.
- Select more than ONE database tuple (record) for merging
When merging fields from tuples of a MySQL-Database (5.5.24-9-log) the first of a series of letters prints o.k.. From the second letter onwards information from DB-variables gets left out. Not in this case, but in other cases I have observed that in addition also graphics (lines, included jpg-files) get left out.
So, if I want to produce - say - 150 letters, I would have to do so one by one (it cannot be done in a batch!). This is absolutely unacceptable, especially in business environment!
Also letters after the first one should always contain the expected text, graphics, and information from the database
Platform (if different from the browser):
Linux-32bit; Mint-Maya or Debian-Wheezy;
I have just installed 3.6.3-rc2 on Linux (Debian-Wheezy and Mint-Maya). The problem still persists. By the way, things used to work o.k. under Openoffice.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 47153 ***