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If HPE IDOL Server has performed spell checking, it generates a
prx.db spelling correction file in its
IDOL > content > main directory when it is shut down. The spelling correction file stores the corrections that you make.
If you perform this action, HPE IDOL Server returns the obvious correction and a corrected version of the query text.
After HPE IDOL Server stops, it creates the
prx.db spelling correction file that contains the corrections it has made in a human-readable form. For example:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?><PROXIMALS> <PROXIMAL ORIG="FRANSISCO" CORRECT="FRANCISCO" /> </PROXIMALS>
You can add further corrections to the file or amend any existing ones. You must specify the original and corrected spellings in upper case.
Your changes take effect when you start HPE IDOL Server again.
You can exempt words from being spell checked by entering them and omitting the corrected attribute, for example:
<PROXIMAL ORIG="TELEFONE" />
Any changes that you make to the
prx.db file must be valid XML, otherwise they are ignored.