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Documentation of JSP files... as javadoc in java files

 
Sandeep. Oza
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Yes, Friens light required on one problem..
As we know.. For making java documentation of our .java files, javadoc is avialble.
Is there any kind of info regarding making std. documentaion of JSP files ?
Pl. throw light..
S. Oza
 
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This is one of the biggest disadvantages of JSPs.
When a JSP is converted to a Servlet, it becomes a Java class, which can have JavaDoc comments on each method member variable, etc ...
This is not possible in JSPs.
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G´┐Żnther.
http://www.javacoding.net
 
Sandeep. Oza
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Thank you, Gunther.
Good Day.
S. Oza
 
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Not so fast! This question has been asked before. Regular javadocs obviously don't work, but that's mainly because they don't make much sense on a JSP unless it has more java code embedded in it than is prudent. However, there are alleged to be programs where you can do something similar for JSPs - search this forum (and maybe the servlets forum, since I don't know if anyone asked this since the JSP forum split off from it). You should find some useful info.
 
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