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    Default java-1_6_0 openjdk javadoc on netbeans

    Hi, i have downloaded the package, but i don't know
    how to install that on netbeans.

    Any suggestions?

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    Default Re: java-1_6_0 openjdk javadoc on netbeans

    Also i don't seem to get any import suggestions
    from netbeans. Any suggestions to this too?

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    Default Re: java-1_6_0 openjdk javadoc on netbeans

    Ok, the javadoc problem is solved, now i need to solve
    the import problem..

    Please help.

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    Default Re: java-1_6_0 openjdk javadoc on netbeans

    What import problems? Your posts are a bit too brief!
    If netbeans is giving your problems regarding javadoc and you're not yet familiar with it you may want to give eclipse a try instead. Javadoc can be created with it out of the box via file > export
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    Default Re: java-1_6_0 openjdk javadoc on netbeans

    Hi, what i want to say is best described by the following image:


    Note: The javadoc problem is solved, it was my bad

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    Default Re: java-1_6_0 openjdk javadoc on netbeans

    Ok, the problem is solved by upgrading to the latest version from
    the education repo. All the instructions are updated to the relative page

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