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Remember to add maven.repository.redhat.com/techpreview/all to your maven settings and it should pick it up.
If you are not using maven or something else prevent that from working try using our source lookup container. SEe more at JBoss Source Lookup
I haven't used Maven. After additional research I see that Maven is often used. For now, I downloaded JEE6 javadoc from Oracle and updated the JavaDoc location on a few select jars I know I need in the Java Build Path > Library > JBoss Runtime.
I would be nice if the default would point to the url for JEE JavaDoc at Oracle, like the JRE System Library does for JSE.
Zach - your project does not need to use maven.
We just use maven to locate the right source without having to bundle multiple versions of the various runtime and api jars.