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I am using NetBeans, and trying to mount the Java SDK Javadoc folder for the standard API. I cannot find that folder in the J2SDK1.4. Do I have to run Javadoc on the the SDK first? Where is that documentation?
 
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Hi Jim,
Welcome to JavaRanch. If you want it locally you have to download it. You can find it here.
 
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