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How to add JMF JavaDoc to NetBeans?

 
Yohan Weerasinghe
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Hi,

I have installed JMF, but when I use that via netbeans I can't see the JavaDoc. This is really annoying because I am learning JMF my my self. Whenever a JMF method pops out from the netbeans method selection, it says "JavaDoc Not Found". How to add the JMF JavaDock to NetBeans? Please help
 
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Right-click the JAR file under Libraries in your project, select Edit, and a dialog will pop up where you can add both the javadoc and sources jar files.
 
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Peter Johnson wrote:Right-click the JAR file under Libraries in your project, select Edit, and a dialog will pop up where you can add both the javadoc and sources jar files.


Hi, thanks a lot for helping me. I downloaded the JavaDock from here and added it to the netbeans as you said. Thanks again for helping me
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
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