You have to install the other package in the release notes. Then they'll show up in the directory you list below.
The Java Developer package now supersedes the Java Documentation package (3672275). The developer package contains a copy of the Java SE 6 JDK bundle with all JavaDoc and source jars included inside of it. The Java Developer package also contains documentation for the Java tools in /usr/share/java, such as Ant, Maven, JUnit, and Derby. If you do JNI development, you must install the Java Developer package, since it contains updated headers for the native JavaVM.framework and its sub-frameworks (8421130). The Java Developer package is available fromhttp://connect.apple.com.
Mike posted a note on this list explaining the reasoning. Should be searchable if you want to see why they did it (made sense to me).
On Nov 15, 2010, at 4:01 PM, Jakub Skoczen wrote:
> I've done that! There's no trace of
> /Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/1.6.0_22-b04-307.jdk/ on my machine
> after installation.
> size: 146238442
> md5sum: 8013e1d4f7d85b80b8929a0b0ce6be4e
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