For more details about the comment format that both VS and ASP.NET AJAX support, please read Bertrand Le Roy's post here.
Use vsdoc files instead - find one for your jquery version here: See this blog post announcing vsdoc based js intellisense support.
Get Export[T, TMetadata View](String contract Name) at Microsoft.
Project Data..ctor(IVs Hierarchy project) at Microsoft.
One of the features that web developers will really like with VS 2008 is its built-in support for Java Script intellisense.
This is enabled in both the free Visual Web Developer 2008 Express edition as well as in Visual Studio, and makes using Java Script and building AJAX applications significantly easier.