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How do I document my JSPs? JSPDoc anyone?

 
Michel Plungjan
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Hi,
We are using websphere and I have a bunch of JSPs I would like to document using javadoc or something like it.
I currently use Homesite and Textpad to write the JSPs but I have Visual Age for Java installed, but find it too heavy for jsps - should I use it anyway?
Thanks in advance,
Michel
 
Brett Knapik
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you can not get results in a java doc setting but you can use normal HTML comments and java comments.
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Michel Plungjan
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I was thinking if one could wrap the jsp in something that would allow javadoc to run - a bit like if one could run javadoc on the finished classfile...
Michel
 
gilbert brault
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you can go an see http://jspdoc.sourceforge.net
 
Matthew Phillips
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You may get more responses in the JSP forum. I will move this topic there.
Matthew Phillips
 
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