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How can i write documentation for my Struts - JSP pages.

Do i need to write it manually?  Or, Does it has any specific formats like JavaDoc ?
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manually
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there's no specific format
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Better to keep the Java code in Java source code files and try to use only tag libraries and very, very simple Java code in JSPs.
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even if you don't use any Java code in your jsp, it still should be documented.
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yup !
you have to write yourself.
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with normal

<!--
   My doc. for this method..
-->

right ?
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