Waste of time to dig into the XmlSchema Name space, a little dated but it
just works. But a reference is here:
And here are the direct links to download from Oracle. *Either current
build*, JRE 1.6u35 or JRE 1.7u7 will work well. Although JRE builds from
1.7u6 onward include the Java Accessibility Bridge, v 2.0.3, if that is of
use to you.
Deleting the javasettings_Windows_x86.xml forces LibreOffice to rebuild per
user with a correct template. Each user then chooses what JRE to activate
from the LibreOffice Tools -> Options -> Java panel.
And, as Pedro notes, if you are on a 64-bit Win7 system you must install the
32-bit JRE and be sure LibO is using that executable. Only reliable way
I've found when both 32-bit and 64-bit versions is to add an entry in the
system path pointing to the 32-bit, coupled with a JAVAHOME. We have a
Wiki article for Java Access Bridge here:
https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Faq/Java that should have enough detail.
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