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Thank you. Your instructions are very clear. I did this. Same result.

I read the content of javasettings_Windows_x86.xml

It contains a line:
<java xmlns="";

I tried to go to ""; in my
(Opera) browser.

Got a redirection to "";
which displayed a customized Error 404.

Looks like Oracle/Openoffice has diddled the works. Is there a more recent
page for whatever is meant by xmlns?


David S. Crampton
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