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eclipse 3.0.1 + javadoc URL

Sumit Deshpande
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Hi,

Eclipse has a really cool feature of showing the javadoc (if configured properly). However, i'm facing a problem .. Sometimes, internet connectivity at my office is very poor, so i gave path of api from my harddisk. So far so good. But the next time when i open eclipse, and voyla , my setting is gone and trying to open the javadoc for standard java classes takes me to the Sun's website. Am I missing any point here ?

-Sumit.
 
 
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