In the description of jPortable 6 Update 29 is mentioned, that "jPortable allows you to easily install the Java® runtime engine to your PortableApps.com-enabled device for use with portable apps like ... Mozilla Firefox, Portable Edition ..., all without any Java runtime on the local PC.
On the other hand, in the Mozilla Firefox, Portable Edition Support in the "Known Issues" under the point "No Portable Java" is mentioned, that "Sun's Java VM needs to be installed locally as it makes a slew of registry entries, etc. There is no Way to make it portable at present, so you will only be able to use Java-enabled sites on machines that have the Sun Java VM installed locally".
These two statements are clearly in contradiction to each other. Which of these two statements is now true?