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Hi, i am using the JBuilder 6 for building my projects, when it makes the files to HTML format it uses certain methods to create it, for example:
the @version takes the version i entered.
the @param shows the parameters in a specific format.

my question is if there is a way to make the list of methods as links to the specific point they are in the html file.

i hope my question is clear enought.
thanks.
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Well, I haven't done this in JBuilder, but if you use the javadoc command (through dos) you should get an API (similar to the one sun puts out) with all the links automatically put together.  Go to dos and type javadoc to see what the appropriate command and options are.
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Sorry for the late respond, i was a bit busy lately....
I tried it with javadoc and it made the files, i will let jbuilder be for now with the docs ;)
good Day
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