Where is the Javadoc for 7.0?

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mangar
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Where is the Javadoc for 7.0?

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All the links seem to be broken and/or out of date.  I want to see the javadocs for the Alfresco API,  like WorkflowService and all the services that I have access to.

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afaust
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Re: Where is the Javadoc for 7.0?

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I do not believe JavaDoc is exported/generated and published anymore. I think it already wasn't for the latest 6.x releases, and with the rework of the documentation, most old-school docs-like resources have likely been shut down.

But @EddieMay probably knows more.

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afaust
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Re: Where is the Javadoc for 7.0?

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I do not believe JavaDoc is exported/generated and published anymore. I think it already wasn't for the latest 6.x releases, and with the rework of the documentation, most old-school docs-like resources have likely been shut down.

But @EddieMay probably knows more.

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mangar
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Re: Where is the Javadoc for 7.0?

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Yea,  the only ones I can find are 4.x   Is the javadoc still being supported?  Can I download the source and run javadoc myself?

I guess this must be the accepted solution.  But I don't accept it.  This is really dissapointing.

abhinavmishra14
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Re: Where is the Javadoc for 7.0?

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@mangar Like Axel mentioned the javadocs are no longer published online. Indeed the published javadocs were easy t refer but unfortunately it is not available now.

Javadocs are however generated part of maven build so if you know the jar file name and have access to alfresco artifact repo you can search and download the javadocs jar file and check the docs. 

example: 

https://artifacts.alfresco.com/nexus/content/repositories/releases/org/alfresco/alfresco-repository/...

https://artifacts.alfresco.com/nexus/content/repositories/releases/org/alfresco/alfresco-repository/...

However, i prefer to lookup the github repository instead. You can go to: https://github.com/Alfresco/alfresco-community-repo and search for the class and explore the source code as well the comments. 

Hope this helps. 

~Abhinav
(ACSCE, AWS SAA-C02, GAIQ)