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Joe Harry
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Guys,

How can I enable javadoc in IntelliJ. Where under settings can I configure this?
 
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You can attach javadocs to a library via "File -> Project Structure". Then under "Modules" click on "Dependencies" where you'll see a list of libraries used by the project (provided you've added some before). Choose a library, click on"Edit...", and you'll get a dialog where you can attach the javadocs to it.
 
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I"m talking about configuring the default javadoc elements that occur when we create a new class or an interface. Where do I set the author name, version and since attributes for all classes that gets created through idea?
 
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See "How do i configure code templates?" question at IDEA FAQ for Eclipse users
 
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It throws a 404 when trying to access it.
 
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works fine for me
 
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Did you try clicking there here hyperlink in that part of the FAQ question that Jaikiran mentioned?

The link is http://www.jetbrains.com/idea/webhelp/creating-code-by-template.html and it throws a 404.
 
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Jothi Shankar Kumar wrote:Did you try clicking there here hyperlink in that part of the FAQ question that Jaikiran mentioned?

The link is http://www.jetbrains.com/idea/webhelp/creating-code-by-template.html and it throws a 404.


Other than that link, there are a few more links in that FAQ answer which should get you going.
 
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Allright. I will just explore on the FAQ's.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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