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I am creating a site that includes Java Documentation pages, using Drupal 4.6. These pages are created by a tool called javadoc that generates HTML pages documenting the classes, methods and attributes of a java application. The tool automatically generates embedded links between related, classes, methods and attributes.
Is there a way to add a link to these pages that loads the pages as part of the look and feel of the Drupal site? Currently I have a navigation bar link that loads the main java doc page as an external link. This is less than optimal. The only alternative I have seen documented is to modify each code generated page, cutting and pasting the content into a content->page form. (Xstatic also looks promising, but it is currently not available.) Since I am dealing with tens of thousands of lines of code and hundreds of developers, the maintenance of such a scheme defeats the power of the Drupal CMS.
Drupal satisfies my needs for most of the tasks required for this site. I can live with this limitation, but I'm hoping I missed a real solution.
Thanks for your help