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                                  • I am trying to implement spell checking in a sample XAF win and web application. In this process I have reviewed issue Q97973 and used the information in this issue to successfully implement spell checking in a win application. I have also reviewed issue Q133465 (Spelling in Web Forms XAF) and ASPxSpellChecker quick start documentation; however, I have not been able to figure out how to implement spell checking in a XAF web form from this information. Is it possible for you to provide a sample application, similar to the win app, that demonstrates how to implement spell checking in a XAF web app? If this is not possible, can you please provide guidance on how to create web versions of the Win spell checker code (SpellCheckerHelper.cs and the related view controller, ArticleSpellCheckerWinDetailViewController.cs) for use in a web application?

                                    Thanks for your help
                                    John

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                                Hello John,

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                                however, I have not been able to figure out how to implement spell checking in a XAF web form from this information. Is it possible for you to provide a sample application, similar to the win app, that demonstrates how to implement spell checking in a XAF web app? If this is not possible, can you please provide guidance on how to create web versions of the Win spell checker code (SpellCheckerHelper.cs and the related view controller, ArticleSpellCheckerWinDetailViewController.cs) for use in a web application?
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                                Currently, we do not have free resources to create a ready sample on how to use ASPxSpellChecker in an XAF Web application. However, there are some guidelines that will help you to implement this yourself:
                                1. Create a simple non-XAF ASP.NET application that uses the ASPxSpellChecker control, and ensure that it functions correctly (you can add and configure all the controls at design time). Use the Getting Started help topic and the ASPxSpellChecker demos, shipped with the suite if necessary.
                                2. Rewrite the same application not to add controls at design time, but to create and configure all the stuff dynamically at runtime. Use the following help links if necessary:
                                ASP.NET page life cycle
                                HOW TO: Dynamically Create Controls in ASP.NET with Visual Basic .NET
                                If there are any problems, feel free to register your questions on the ASPxSpellChecker product, and our Support Team will be glad to help you.

                                3. Once you have a working ASP.NET application, in which all the controls are created dynamically, you can create a ViewController, for example, for the DetailView, whose editors you would like to check, and use the same code here to create necessary controls as in a regular non-XAF ASP.NET application. For example, there is an example code on how to access the Page object and register scripts on the page in the WebShowCustomFormWindowController class from the How to show custom forms and controls in XAF (Example) example. Here is an example on how to add controls at runtime to an XAF View: AspxPopupcontrol - Action which shows an PopupControl.

                                Let us know if this info helps.

                                Thanks,
                                Dennis

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                                We ended up using the spell checker in the Google toolbar. It was taking me too long to get the XAF spell checker working in an XAF web app. thanks - John.

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                                Thanks for the feedback, John. We are glad to hear that you could resolve your problem.

                                Regards,
                                Dennis

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