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Use of UltimateSpellSL without Microsoft IIB and Web Service Calls

Thread Starter: SteveCozz   Started: 04-11-2016 5:41 PM   Replies: 1
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  11 Apr 2016, 5:41 PM
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Use of UltimateSpellSL without Microsoft IIB and Web Service Calls
I would like to purchase and use UltimateSpellSL in my Out-Of-Browser Silverlight application.  This Silverlight application is not hosted by IIS; the XAP file is packaged in an installer for both the PC and Mac platforms and the installer is made available to the user through an Apache webserver.  I have built a sample application using the evaluation distribution and it appears that the spell checker requires a set of web services to implement the Custom Dictionary.  For my project, a customer dictionary is not a firm requirement however it would be nice.  Is there a means for me to configure/use UltimateSpellSL without the requirement for web service calls? 


  
  11 Apr 2016, 10:01 PM
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Re: Use of UltimateSpellSL without Microsoft IIB and Web Service Calls
Even though you can run UltimateSpellSL in out-of-browser application, it needs web services to download the dictionaries for the first time so you will need IIS.
  
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