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I’m using 10.5.4. It was unclear to me from the docs or from resources online that you need to add this at Project Structure > SDK’s > (Choose your SDK) > Documentation Paths > Specify URL.
For IntelliJ Idea:
Call “Project Structure” (Ctrl+Shift+Alt+S), go to “Platform Setting – SDKs”, choose “Documentation Path” tab on the right, then add url of JavaDoc (http://docs.oracle.com/javase/7/docs/api/) to your project
You can add the external Javadocs API link as shown below:
- Go to
- Then select
- Go to
Specify URLbutton and add the link for JDK 11 API docs (https://docs.oracle.com/en/java/javase/11/docs/api/)
I understand the question as follows:
You would like to see javadocs of classes that are not within JDK. I am a bit uncertain because CrazyCoder’s reply is talking about JDK specific javadocs.
I am using Macos 10.8.4 and Intellij 11.1.5
The project I am working on is a mvn based project with many modules which have complex dependencies.
Let me take a concrete example to explain what I did, I am sure it can be reproduced for others: apache sshd
I downloaded the javadoc from maven central stored it stored it somewhere. In intellij I went to the module settings (shortcut F4) and the to Libraries in the sidebar. Maven pulls all dependencies automagically and I can find sshd there. The right side then shows Classes, Sources and JavaDocs. The JavaDocs part in my case had a path linked in that pointed to my local m2 directory. However the directory did not contain the javadoc jar file. So I thought how do I get it:
mvn dependency:resolve -Dclassifier=javadoc
However this failed for because we do not have some javadocs in our nexus (I guess, not sure).
So I ended up linking the file that I downloaded manually in as a javadoc link and this then allown me to use Shift+F1 for the javadoc to open in my standard browser.
Maybe others can elaborate on how to get this done with mvn. I did not have the time to further investigate.
Posting this here in case you’re like me and don’t necessarily want javadocs, but rather the documentation inside your IDE.
In my situation, I had downloaded OpenJDK 11 and wasn’t able to get documentation inside IntelliJ. Instead I was getting decompiled code.
What helped me was the answer at https://stackoverflow.com/a/38413439
- Go to File > Project Structure > SDKs > Sourcepath > ‘+’ on the right side.
- Navigate to your JDK (I’m on Ubuntu so it was located under
- Select the
- Click OK > OK (to “Choose Roots” pop-up) > OK (to Project Structure)
Let Intellij index and it should be available in your IDE.
Java 10 Documentation path
Got to File -> Project Structure Choose External URL
Below Link works Fine… THe default one does’nt work