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Generate javadoc for multiple projects using the javadoc ant task

 
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Hi,
I'm trying to generate javadoc for multiple projects but with no success.
I'm using WSAD v5.02, and the WSAD gives me the option to generate only one project at a time.
I have in my workspace 5 different projects (some are ejb projects and some are simple java projects).
I want to be able to generate javadoc for all my projects (of course there are multiple pacjages wtih in each project).
The problem is when I try ANT or I can only specify one source directory for my java files, and I have in my workspace 5 different source folders.
Any help would be appretiated (even a statement that this can not be done)...
Regards,
Yair Ogen
 
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Is that what you want? - I am assuming that you will be running it outside of WSAD.
 
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I have tried the suggestion posted above and it didn't work for me. I get the following

 
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Can you run in debug mode and see what parameters it is receiving? Compare that against what you can legally run with javadoc on the command line...
 
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