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Re: [tdf-discuss] What features are missing when a JRE is missing in Windows ?


On 01/30/2011 09:54 AM, Fabián Rodríguez wrote:
Hi

The Windows installer completes succesfully but when running the
LibreOffice launcher for the first time several warnings indicating
"this function ... won't work without a JRE... install a JRE and restart
LibreOffice" without going into specifics.

Which features will be missing in such case ? Is it best to always have
the JRE under Windows ?

Thanks for any details, I couldn't find this in the release notes or
existing docs.

Cheers,

Fabian

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From my understanding, the database function uses components of JRE and a few extensions.....but all of the basic function of LO will work without it. In Options, go to the JRE and once you tell it NOT to use JRE, it will probably not remind you of this anymore....Oh...I see someone has replied already
before I sent this...

Bob

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