Am 20.08.2012 13:13, steelej wrote:
I have a recent install on LO 3.5 into W7. I have just installed the latest
Java which is detected ok. When I select
Options->Internet-> MediaWiki I get a dialog box JRE is Defective - I don't
actuall need this function but wanted to test out Jave compatability
This is on a virtual machine - I tried this because the same happend on my
normal Vistainstalaltion having just updtated to LO version 3.6. on that
machine I still have Java 6 available there and this seems to be acceptable
On my VM I now have to disable Java support.
Please advise what functionality REQUIRES Java. I want to statrt using BASE
and last time I tried some of this did need Java. Please advise what version
of Java is compatible.
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Base works pretty well on systems without any Java when you connect to
some non-Java database and if you abstain from all those idiotic wizards
which hide more functionality than they offer.
LibreOffice for Windows is always a 32 bit application. Any Java
components of LibreOffice require a 32 bit version of Java, preferably
Java6 which is still maintained:
Point Tools>Options>Java... to the right JRE and restart the office suite.
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