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how to javadoc a method that was implemented in a class

 
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when i implement a method that is declared in an interface. i use eclipse's generate javadoc. which is:
/*
* (non-Javadoc)
*
* @see suncertify.connection.Access#bookContractor(int, java.lang.String)
*/

but when i run checkstyle, they say the method dont have a javadoc. please help
 
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Hello!
The JavaDoc begins with /**, also double stars.
I declare for example the interface implemented methods with
/** {@inheritDoc} */
 
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