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Checking terminology when editing in Oxygen XML Editor

Posted: 15 Jun 2017 11:28 PM PDT

         In this blog post I will try to give a general overview about the  
current             possibilities you have available to impose your own  
language checking rules when working             with Oxygen XML  
Editor.         Builtin support                         Oxygen comes  
bundled with the popular Hunspell spell checker and besides  
the                 regular bundled dictionaries for English, German,  
Spanish and French it allows you                 to install new  
dictionaries, either for other languages or custom dictionaries  
(for                 example dictionaries of medical terms) which you can  
build separately:  
Besides the spell checker, Oxygen also has support for Auto-correct and you  
can add your own                 Auto-correct pairs to  
Oxygen.                  Commercial alternatives                          
Acrolinx is a very popular commercial tool for checking content  
for                 consistency and terminology. The plugins Acrolinx  
developed for Oxygen standalone,                 Oxygen Eclipse plugin and  
Oxygen Web Author allow you to run the Acrolinx checker                  
directly from inside the application.             HyperSTE is yet another  
popular commercial tool for                 checking content and  
terminology. They also have a plugin for Oxygen  
standalone.                  Open source  
alternatives                         LanguageTools is an Open Source  
proof­reading program for English,                 French, German, Polish,  
and more than 20 other languages . There is an open source                  
plugin for Oxygen available on GitHub.             The DITA Open Toolkit  
terminology checker plugin from Doctales contains Schematron rules checking  
that various                 words adhere to the terminology dictionaries  
which are custom built using DITA.                  Building your own  
terminology checker                         The fastest and simplest way to  
build a simple terminology checker is by using                 Schematron  
rules. The Doctales plugin is a good example for this.              At some  
point, as the terminology dictionary keeps growing you may encounter  
delays                 and slow downs when editing the documents and  
validating it using the custom                 Schematron rules. So an  
alternative to this is by using our Author SDK to build your own Oxygen  
plugin which can use our API to                 check the content and then  
add highlights. The LanguageTools open source plugin may be a good starting  
example for                 this.

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