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documentations problem

Morgan mor

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John Dell'Oso
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I'm not sure what setting the path has to do with the Java documentation. I don't think you can just download "bits" of the documentation - it's all or nothing.

Here's a link to the Java documentation from where you can download the docs.

Java 2 SDK Documentation

Once you download the docs, just unzip the files into a directory and start from the index.html file (I think). I generally don't use the html version of the Java docs. I use a HTMLHelp version as it has better searching capabilities.

I’ve looked at a lot of different solutions, and in my humble opinion Aspose is the way to go. Here’s the link:
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