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On 5/18/2012 5:47 PM, Andreas Säger wrote:
Am 18.05.2012 23:24, David wrote:
Really? Then why did some version of Java always come with OpenOffice.
And was required for 'something' (I thought it was the database module)
to work?

No, not even Base requires any Java to be useful. You can do almost
anything with non-Java databases. Just disable Java, create a new
database or load the "Bibliography", add queries and draw forms.

I have had no problem using the x86_64 Java 6.0.x and later 7.0.x with
several 32 bit applications.

Just lucky I guess.

Java applications are neither 32 nor 64 bit. They are "neutral" byte
code supposed to run on all virtual Java machines.
As far as I understand the matter, Java_64 can not add new components to
this 32 bit application. This is another level of integration which
requires a 32 bit Java for a 32 bit office suite.

Interesting. Thank you for this information.



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