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Offline vinu76jsr

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« Posted 2008-08-05 17:24:32 »

I installed  Java3d from windows binary installer downloaded from, the codes are working fine but,
when I write code in netbeans it doesn't show javadoc for Java3d specific functions for others it is working fine,
I know how to add javadoc in netbeans throgh class library option but there it doesn't show java3d in left pane so that corresponding javadocs can be installed,
I have Netbeans 6.5M1 adn Netbeans 6.1 installed in my comp. with java6 update 10
please tell me how to solve above problem although it does n't interfere with development but I have to refer documentation and search for function which is quite tedious

Thanx and regards
Vaibhav Mishra
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« Reply #1 - Posted 2008-08-06 12:45:08 »

Don't know if you already solved the problem, but one way to add documentation to NetBeans IDE, the only one I know, is to use the Tools > Libraries option.

In that window you'll have an option to add new libraries to your IDE, these libraries will be available to every project use start in the IDE, like JUnit libraries, Swing Extension, etc. It will be a library that you can easily add to every project, that you can add to the pallet if the library contains any beans, etc.
When adding such a library you'll have the option to choose the javadoc zip or folder. After adding the library to the IDE, and to the project, the documentation will be available to use.

One thing to remember, the library must be in the same place as long as you want to use it in the IDE, so that two different project can refer to the same library without problems. If you move the files, you'll have to either update the library info or remove it as a global library.
Other IDE installations will report an error and will  not be able to resolve dependencies, either configure the library as a global library in that installation or add the library the project in the standard way.

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