Specifies the support options for Java applications in LibreOffice, including which Java Runtime Environment (JRE) to use. It also specifies whether to use experimental (unstable) features such as macro recording and access expert configuration.
The current list of LibreOffice modules and resources that depends on Java is available in the wiki.
Allows you to run Java applications in LibreOffice. When a Java application attempts to access your hard drive, a prompt opens.
Select the JRE that you want to use. On some systems, you must wait a minute until the list gets populated. On some systems, you must restart LibreOffice to use your changed setting. The path to the JRE is displayed beneath the list box.
You can override the default JRE of the operating system with one of the following alternatives:
By setting the environment variable JAVA_HOME,
By adding a JRE to the $PATH variable,
By providing the configuration file <instdir>/presets/config.in the folder
Add a path to the root folder of a JRE on your computer. The path is set in the following dialog.
Opens the Java Start Parameters dialog.
Opens the Class Path dialog.
Enables features that are not yet complete or may contain known bugs. The list of these features is different version by version, or even it can be empty.
Opens the Expert Configuration dialog for advanced settings and configuration of LibreOffice.