When a usable Java/JRE is not found, LibreOffice issues a warning to the user, telling that a suitable JRE needs to be installed, and LO restarted.
The proposal is to include a link to  to the dialog.
1. https://git.libreoffice.org/core/+/506e1396c34bb90c8d2c3679e3e84c3833b18869 is a commit that enhanced the relevant message on Windows.
2. https://git.libreoffice.org/core/+/a1700d52a47184ee07b91b461a846dc5435f0022 is a commit that created a dialog with an optional hyperlink.
We should use the help with hub.libreoffice.org for localization instead of the wiki. And even better is just a help button in this dialog, if we agree on the need for it.
(In reply to Mike Kaganski from comment #0)
> The proposal is to include a link to  to the dialog.
>  https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Faq/General/InstallJava
Is there a protocol in place to ensure that that URL won't go stale?
(In reply to Stephan Bergmann from comment #2)
> Is there a protocol in place to ensure that that URL won't go stale?
Should there be one? I don't think so. The page is a wiki; having it more visible would also promote its update in case of need; but nothing is guaranteed - and no need in these guarantees. In the end, I see stale webpages ~everywhere, including those mentioned from active MS WinAPI documentation ... so what? ;-)
I would assume that such a link goes through a redirecting URL that is managed and kept stable by TDF infra.
Simple message boxes should not have a help button because its supposed to be simple and do not need it. So if we introduce such a reference it has to be a link underneath the text. Rather than pointing to the wiki I'd prefer a proper help page, though. And of course accessed via hub.libreoffice.