Ephox, spelling-not-configured error

Spelling services error

With CF12 the new Ephox RTE is now the default editor for IBMs Web Content Manager CMS.  Typically there should be nothing more to do other than use the RTE, however if you notice that the spell checking services are not working (spelling-not-configured, ephox-error error) then you should address this with one of two approaches.

Spelling error
Spelling service error

You may only see the error with Google Chrome and not Firefox, it would seem that GC handles the communication with the server differently.

The fix(es)

Edit the file application.conf located in the /opt/ephox directory to allow for CORS access to certain origins, for example:

ephox{
allowed-origins{
origins = [" http://yoursite.domain.com","https://yoursite.domain.com","http://yoursite.domain:10039"]
url = " http://yoursite.domain.com/ephox-allowed-origins/cors"
}
}

Alternatively, within the WAS console of your server you can set specific Ephox settings for the servers JVM, for example:

-Dephox.allowed-origins.origins.0=http://mysite.domian 
-Dephox.allowed-origins.origins.1=http://mysite.domian.com
-Dephox.allowed-origins.origins.2=http://mysite.domian.com:10039 

Note:  All these configurations are referred in step 2 of the following link:

http://docs.ephox.com/display/IBMWCMTB/Installing+Textbox.io+services+for+IBM+WCM

DDC integration with Cloud applications.

Over the last the last few months I’ve been building an integration proof point using the new Digital Data Connector (DDC) in WebSphere Portal 8 CF11+.

This proof point was built around the integration of CRM based data and was the subject of a 2 week residency with my colleague Dan Kilpatrick.  The proof point uses IBM Cast Iron and DDC to demonstrate the ability to integrate without the need to write extensive code, actually very few lines!

Diagram - Component Relationship

It’s a lengthy article running to just about 40 pages but takes you through everything you need to know in detail, nothing missed across all the technologies used.  If you are interested in learning more it’s published over on IBM DigExp.

You can always read more about DDC here in the Knowledge Center, visit the DDC forum too.