Javadoc in Confluence

What does use for adding javadocs in a confluence page?

There is an javadoc example in conluence:

I have generated javadocs and I want to put them in a confluence page.

Thanks in advance.

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The javadoc is actually a static page (with the same header as the confluence pages we use) that includes the javadoc in an iframe I believe.

Currently it is not possible to embed a javadoc directly (by url) into a confluence page, however this should be possible in the upcoming 5.0 release of Confluence using the {html-include} macro. More information can be found here:

Try out the Docs Plugin. This seems to be that what you are looking for:

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