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Re-use iNotes spell check

Hi all,

Hard one here...

Does anyone know how to integrate the existing iNotes spell checker in a notes web application?

Are there any undocumented functions I can call for that?

I tried looking in the iNotes design myself, but iNotes uses some weird url's like:
For new mail doc:
.../mail/name.nsf/($Drafts)/$new/?EditDocument&Form=h_PageUI&PresetFields=h_EditAction;h_New,s_NotesForm;Memo
For spell check form:
.../mail/name.nsf/($Drafts)/$new/?EditDocument&Form=h_PageUI&PresetFields=s_NotesForm;Memo

If anyone can tell me how the server reads these url's, it *might* help me find the core functions/forms/pages/... myself...

Thanks in advance!
GW
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SysExpertCommented:
I doubt that you can without accessing the C - API through the DLL's

It is probably very tightly integrated.

I hope this helps !
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marilyngCommented:
Well, you can't because the dictionary is on the client, so says IBM: http://www-1.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?rs=0&q1=spell+check+web&uid=swg21090798&loc=en_US&cs=utf-8&cc=us&lang=en

The .dic file would have to be present on the server in the data directory or a directory that can be accessed webside and then you'd need to figure out how to access it.  IBM's note suggests that you employ a third-party web tool for this.
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Group-WaveAuthor Commented:
Putting the .dic file in the data directory is not a problem, just need to figure out how to access it...

Any clues?
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marilyngCommented:
Not at the moment :)  I would have to fiddle with a test environment.. maybe this weekend.
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Group-WaveAuthor Commented:
Look forward to any results ;-)
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marilyngCommented:
Try putting in the html directory on the server and using an include virtual= "./this.dic"
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Group-WaveAuthor Commented:
Ok, but what functions do I call to access the .dic file?
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marilyngCommented:
So sorry,  I haven't a clue!  

http://www.geniisoft.com/showcase.nsf/archive/20060301-1054 << See Ben's blog
http://www.geniisoft.com/showcase.nsf/WebEditors

I would check the web for those third party dictionaries that IBM refers to and see how they call their dictionaries, or find a site that does spell check and see if the view source has a similar example.

Maybe one of these has an example or can provide a better solution:
http://www.chado-software.com/aboutspe.htm 
http://spellerpages.sourceforge.net/
http://iespell.com 
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