No, they don't require it. JIRA does have a "screenshot" application that relies on Java, but it is usable without it and you can still attach files without it
Well, none of my installations do it. I go to JIRA in a browser, no JRE installed on a machine, it works. What, exactly, are you doing here?
No. You need a browser, but not java.
Some older versions do ask for java, if you want to use the "screenshot" function, but that's the only thing you need an install for.
I saw below requirement in Atlassian doc
Nic Brough: could you explain , where we have to make this change exactly?
You'll need to read your browser's manual to find out. I don't know what you're using. Most browsers default to having it enabled, but a lot of security conscious people block it for good reasons, only allowing it when it's genuinely needed.
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