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Le 31/01/12 19:31, Pertti Rönnberg a écrit :

Hi Pertti,

(LO-page: tools/options/LibreOffice/java). Now LO didn't stop but
neither of the JREs seem to be sufficient /"LibreO requires a JRE to
perform this task. The selected JRE is defective. Please select and
install a new JRE/" and then "/connection to datasource ("db-name")
could not be established -- no Java installation could be found; check
installation/". I did my best several times.

Yes, the dependency on Java JRE/JDK is a pain in the backside, but
unfortunately unavoidable if you want to use Base, at least for the time

Note. After doing exactly same install process on my laptop
(Win7Prem/64bit) the LO(64bit), Base included, works fine.
Did I do something wrong, wrong versions, is it the 32bit make of LO or
the LO-Base itself, is the JRE(32bit) wrong, -- or what? I like the

Even on 64bit Windows OSes, you must use a 32bit Java JRE or JDK, a
64bit version won't work. You may well have installed 64bit versions of
the JRE by mistake, but there was also a problem with recognition of JRE
1.7 by LibreOffice, and this was supposed to be fixed - perhaps it isn't
yet in LO 3.4.5. I didn't even know JRE 1.8 was out, so that will
probably not work either. If you can, try and find a 32bit JRE 1.6 to
download and use instead, that should work.


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