The below is some problem I faced when I due with javadoc. Therefore, I think it is good to note it here.
C:\xxx\yyy.java:18: cannot access jxl.Cell bad class file: C:\aaa\bbb\WEB-INF\lib\jxl.jar(jxl/Cell.class) class file has wrong version 50.0, should be 49.0 Please remove or make sure it appears in the correct subdirectory of the classpath. import jxl.Cell;
Use the right “javadoc” version. In this case we should use javadoc of jdk 6 ( 50.0 ), in stead of jdk 5 ( 49.0 ).
Note that in eclipse, we can set the “Javadoc command” from the “Generate Javadoc” menu.
Use the right javadoc program from there.
and another problem is that some jars may not have the doc attached.
That may affects if we generate the doc from the code that use annotation from the jar that has no doc attached. ( this is related with ‘package-list’ issue ).
The solution is point the -linkoffline to the doc folder, i.e.
-linkoffline file:/D:/sss/ttt/uuudoc . com.wordpress.dsin.mypackagename
VM option for larger heap space
Encoding for Another language
-encoding "Shift-JIS" -docencoding "UTF-8" -charset "UTF-8"