Hi All

I'm having trouble getting javadoc to reference another project's API.

There's a strict hirearchy between the projects (a "common" project referenced by an "app" project).
Both projects build just fine, so there's no issue with classes and packages not actually existing.

I've built the common project javadoc and thrown it on a webserver on my intranet.

I've added a link to the api (on my intranet) to the javadoc ant task in the app project.

Java Code:
Javadoc still spits out error messages of the form:
  [javadoc] C:\Users\couling\workspace\app\src\com\blahblah\app\AppMain.java:14: package com.blahblah.common.foo does not exist
  [javadoc] import com.blahblah.common.foo.Bar
The ant tasks for the two projects are as follows:
Java Code:
<!-- common -->
		<javadoc access="protected" author="true" classpath="." destdir="out/doc/docs" nodeprecated="false" 
	        	     nodeprecatedlist="false" noindex="false" nonavbar="false" notree="false" 
		             packagenames="*" 
		             source="1.6" sourcepath="src" splitindex="true" use="true" version="true">
	        <link href="http://download.oracle.com/javase/6/docs/api/" />
		</javadoc>
Java Code:
<!-- app -->
    	<javadoc access="protected" author="true" classpath="." destdir="out/doc/docs" nodeprecated="false" 
        	     nodeprecatedlist="false" noindex="false" nonavbar="false" notree="false" 
	             packagenames="com.blahblah.app.*" 
	             source="1.6" sourcepath="src" splitindex="true" use="true" version="true">
    		<link href="http://intranet.blahblah.com/api/common/docs/" />
    		<link href="http://download.oracle.com/javase/6/docs/api/" />
		</javadoc>
Any thoughts on what I need to do to get app to see common?