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"In den letzten 10 Jahren haben sich alle Softwareentwicklungsplattformen weiter entwickelt. Es gab 15 Delphi, 9 .NET, 5 Windows, eine Reihe Java, Datenbank, Android und andere Plattform-Updates.

Jedes dieser Updates lieferte viele Herausforderungen, bot aber auch neue Möglichkeiten für Entwickler, die ihre Software lokalisieren. Das Ziel von Sisulizer war und ist, Sie als unsere treuen Kunden von den Details der neuen Formate zu verschonen, so dass Sie stets auf den aktuellsten Plattformen sofort mit Ihrer Arbeit beginnen können.

Sie haben uns in den letzten 10 Jahren geholfen, Sisulizer immer weiter zu optimieren. Vielen Dank! Ihre wertvollen Anregungen motivieren und geben uns den Antrieb, weiterhin unseren Vorsprung vor den Mitbewerbern zu bewahren.

Jetzt aber zurück an die Arbeit. Neue Plattform-Versionen stehen an und wollen von Sisulizer unterstützt werden. Zeit zu lokalisieren und neue Märkte zu erreichen."

--- Ihr stolzes Sisulizer Team

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New Translation Engine (Sisulizer Translation Memory)

Use this dialog to configure translation engines. There are two kinds of translation engines. The following list contains the possible values:

Engine Description
Sisulizer translation memory on <DB> database Sisulizer's translation memory on a database. <DB> is the type of the database such as Access, DBISAM, Firebird, Interbase, MySQL or SQL Server. When adding a new Sisulizer translation memory the application creates translation memory tables to the selected database.
Note! If you have already added Interbase translation memory, Firebird will be disabled and vice versa. This is because they both can not be active at the same time.
<MT> machine translation 3rd party machine translation engine. <MT> is the type of the machine translator such as Google Translate or Microsoft Translator. In order to use this you need Sisulizer enterprise edition and may need to have either the 3rd party machine translation engine installed on your computer or have access to a machine translator service.

Translation engine name

Enter the name of the translation engine. It must be unique.

Create options

Specifies the translation memory creation options. These options can not be changed after the translation memory has been created.

Value Description
Keep case If checked the translation memory is case sensitive. This means that all data is stored as it is. When translating the translation memory first tries exact case match. If no string is found it ignores the case.
If not checked the translation memory is case insensitive. This means that all data is stored in lower case. When translating data the engine reformats the string case to match the original string.
Is is recommended to leave this check box checked.
Remove white spaces If checked the translation memory removes leading and trailing white spaces from the string before storing them. It is recommended to leave this check box checked. Sisulizer can automatically add leading and trailing spaces to the translations if the original string contains them.
This feature is not supported in some databases and with those database it is not possible to change this value.
Remove special characters If checked the translation memory removes the special characters from the string before storing them. Special characters are:
& Hotkey character used in Windows user interfaces.
For example &File.
_ Hotkey character used in WPF user interfaces.
For example _File.
: Semicolon is used in user interface to show that something is following.
For example Color:
... Three or two periods are used in menu items to show that item opens a user interface element such as dialog.
For example Options...
| Vertical line is used in some menu items to separate menu caption and menu hint.
For example Options|
It is recommended to leave this check box checked. Uncheck this only if you want the translation memory remember the exact location of the hotkey positions and special characters.

It is recommended to leave all above check boxes checked.

Maximum string length

Specifies the maximum string length in bytes that translation memory can store. The length is in bytes but strings are stored as UTF-8 strings. This makes the actual string length in bytes longer than in characters. The length is much longer if string contains non-European characters. Most database engines have a length limitation of a indexed string. If you enter larger value than the maximum value allowed by the database engine Sisulizer will use the maximum value.

Runtime options

Specifies the translation memory runtime options. These options can be changed after the translation memory has been created.

Value Description
Bidirectional If checked the translation is done on both directions. This means if the translation memory contains English to Japanese translation (e.g. "mountain" -> "山") the translation memory can also translate Japanese string "山" to English string "mountain". Making translation bidirectional slows down the translation process sligthly but enables translations to both directions.
Multiple users If checked the translation memory is multi-user enabled. This means that the translation memory uses username/password combination to identify the user and. Users can have different acces rights to use the translation memory such as full access or read only access.

Database

Specifies the database where the translation memory data is stored.

When importing data from a database all above databases are available. Localize column shows those databases that Sisulizer can localize. TM column shows databases that can work as a translation memory. Depending on the current license some addtional databases may not be available.

Database type Description Localize TM
Access Access database.
Type a database file name (.mdb or .accdb) in the edit field or press ... to select a file.
If you use Access 2007 make sure that you have installed 2007 Office System Driver: Data Connectivity Components in your computer. If not you can download it from Microsoft web site.
yes -
ADO/ODBC compatible ADO/ODBC compatible database.
Press ... to select the data source.
- -
dBase DBase database.
Type the name of the database directory name where the database tables are located in the edit field, or press ... to select a directory.
When you have entered a valid dictionary value Sisulizer automatically connects to the database.
yes -
DBISAM DBISAM database.
Type the name of the database directory name where the database tables are located in the edit field, or press ... to select a directory.
When you have entered a valid dictionary value Sisulizer automatically connects to the database.
yes yes
Firebird Firebird database.
Server group specifies the server type. Select Local server if your Firebird server running on this computer. Select Remote server if your Firebird server is running on some other computer.
SQL dialect specifies the SQL dialect that your Firebird server uses.
Enter the database address in the Server address field and the database name in the Database name field. Enter the database user name in the User name field and the password in the Password field and press Connect to connect to the database. If you want Sisulizer to remember the password check Rememeber password. Password is stored in an encrypted form.
yes yes
Interbase Interbase database.
Server group specifies the server type. Select Local server if your Interbase server running on this computer. Select Remote server if your Interbase server is running on some other computer.
SQL dialect specifies the SQL dialect that your Interbase server uses.
Enter the database address in the Server address field and the database name in the Database name field. Enter the database user name in the User name field and the password in the Password field and press Connect to connect to the database. If you want Sisulizer to remember the password check Rememeber password. Password is stored in an encrypted form.
yes yes
MySQL MySQL database.
Enter the database address in the Server address field. Enter the database user name in the User name field and the password in the Password field and press Connect to connect to the database. Finally select the database in the Database combo box. If you want Sisulizer to remember the password check Rememeber password. Password is stored in an encrypted form.
yes yes
NexusDB NexusDB database.
Type a database directory in the edit field or press ... to select a directory.
yes -
Paradox Paradox database.
Type the name of the database directory name where the database tables are located in the edit field, or press ... to select a directory.
When you have entered a valid dictionary value Sisulizer automatically connects to the database.
yes -
PostgreSQL PostgreSQL database.
Enter the database address in the Server address field. Enter the database user name in the User name field and the password in the Password field and press Connect to connect to the database. Finally select the database in the Database combo box. If you want Sisulizer to remember the password check Rememeber password. Password is stored in an encrypted form.
yes yes
SQL Server SQL Server database.
Enter the database address in the Server address field. Enter the database user name in the User name field and the password in the Password field and press Connect to connect to the database. Finally select the database in the Database combo box. If you want Sisulizer to remember the password check Rememeber password. Password is stored in an encrypted form.
yes yes
SQL Server Compact SQL Server Compact database.
Type a database file name (.sdf) in the edit field or press ... to select a file.
yes -
SQLite SQLite database.
Type a database file name (.db) in the edit field or press ... to select a file.
yes -