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    Default javadoc does'nt work

    hi there...
    guys i've got problem with my javadoc i have mac and i use netbeans 6.9 but but docs it says:

    Javadoc not found. Either Javadoc documentation for this item does not exist or you have not added specified Javadoc in the Java Platform Manager or the Library Manager

    is anybody else have the same problem what should i do??????


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    Default Re: javadoc does'nt work

    This is probably an IDE question, or the solution is in your IDE configuration, but I would think that if you installed the JDK correctly, BEFORE installin the IDE, the IDE should know where to find the core Java documentation. The IDE may be configured to obtain them online, so you may need to either have an Internet connection or the path corrected locally. In any case, I think you need someone smarter at Netbeans than me. You might try the Netbeans documentation and check your configuration or ask at the online forum, user groups, read the Wiki, etc.

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