How to add Hibernate Documentation


Hello there,

in my eclipse ide i have java doc.now i want to add the hibernate doc also.can i have more then 1 doc in my ide.please help me to setup java and hibernate doc in my eclipse.

cheers
zolf
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ErdyMurphyCommented:
Hi,

in the properties from your project  window there should be something like:
Java-Buildpath->UserLibraries...

and there you should find somethig like javadoc where you can import the documenation...
sry at the moment i have only netbeans installed...
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zolfAuthor Commented:

thanks for your comment were can  download the hibernate doc from
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Amitkumar PSr. ConsultantCommented:
You may able to find it on http://www.hibernate.org/

Also refer http://www.jdocs.com/
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zolfAuthor Commented:

i downloaded the jar and extracted it and then in properties i followed this

in the properties from your project  window there should be something like:
Java-Buildpath->UserLibraries...

but when i bring my mouse over a hibernate class,it does not give me details
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ErdyMurphyCommented:
so you saw something like this:http://trojavablog.files.wordpress.com/2010/11/bildschirmfoto-edit-jre.png
and used the button: javadoc location?

i am not sure if you have to extract the jar...
i think you cold point to the jar directly
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zolfAuthor Commented:

this is what i did
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cmalakarCommented:
You can add javadoc for any library as following..

Right click the library(for which we want to add javadoc) under "Referenced Libraries", go to properties, click on javadoc location, provide the path...

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ErdyMurphyCommented:
if you changing it there you are changing the documentation from the JAVA-Language
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zolfAuthor Commented:

cmalakar:

i tried what you said,but no luck,please help.
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ErdyMurphyCommented:
try the javadoc in archive option and point to the jar
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