RoryOF wrote:Java solutions are given in this thread
[Solved] Java Runtime Environment
The certain cure is to install the 32 bit Java 6; it would be helpful if you tried the method of installing the Visual C++ 2010 runtime package advocated by Bill first to see if that worked and reported back to this thread on it, reserving the 32 bit Java fix as a fall-back just in case.
That was accomplished.Villeroy wrote:You can connect to MySQL without any Java.
That is what I am trying to resolve. I had developed a primitive test database using BASE as a learning tool, but that is "zapped" for now. Since I experienced an issue with BASE in attempting to access my test database, it just became an issue to solve.Villeroy wrote:The built-in HSQL database is based on Java, therefore it can not work without it. The built-in database should never be used for anything serious. Not because HSQL is a bad database or because of Java. The way how Base wraps your data into a Base document imposes a high risk of total data loss. I use to use HSQL as an excellent stand-alone database with Base.
Steve R. wrote:Will this issue eventually be resolved by fixing the link to Java?
Villeroy wrote:Click the option button left of the Java entry.
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