The Lionbridge App's global translation settings determine how it sends out all translation jobs. These settings include:
- the license for the Lionbridge App and its entry point from within Eloqua
- the source and target languages available for translation
- email notification settings
- whether to use a local translation memory
To set the global translation settings:
- In the Site Administration menu on the left, ensure that My Site is selected, so that the My Site page is open. This is the default selection when you log into CloudBroker as a site administrator. For detailed information about this page, see Viewing Lionbridge App Information and Usage Data.
- Click Configure Site.
- Specify the following settings:
|CT License ID||Your company's license for all supported Lionbridge App services. Either Lionbridge Connector personnel enters this value or you enter this value for your company after you receive it from the Lionbridge Connector Team.|
|Content API Token||
Enter your access token for the Lionbridge Content API. The Lionbridge Connector Team provides you with this token.
A message box indicates that the test was successful. It lists the translation providers that have been migrated from version 1.x of the App and the Oracle Eloqua sites that use this token.
Note: If the test fails, verify your token. If the test continues to fail, contact Lionbridge Connector Support. For details, see How to Contact Lionbridge Connector Support.
|Entry Point URL||
Read only. The URL of the default entry point for the Lionbridge App for Oracle Eloqua in CloudBroker.
|Available Source Languages||
Select the check boxes for the languages that users can select as the source language when sending out content for translation. The list displays all mapped languages.
|Available Target Languages||
Select the check boxes for the languages that users can select as a target language when sending out content for translation. The list displays all mapped languages.
|Email Notification – Translation Job Sent||Select this check box to send out an email notification when a user sends out a job for translation. The Lionbridge App sends the notification to the user who sent out the job.|
|Email Notification – Translation Job Completed||Select this check box to send out an email notification when a translation job is completed. The Lionbridge App sends the notification to the user who sent out the job.|
|Email Notification – Send to Team Members as Well||
Select this check box to send out an email notification to all users in the team when:
|From Email Address||The email address from which the Lionbridge App notification emails will be sent. The default email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|Translation – Use Local TM||Translated content is stored in a local translation memory (TM). This setting determines whether to check previously translated content in the local TM for any content changes, and send only changed content out for translation. If content was previously translated and it has not changed, then the Lionbridge App does not send it for translation again: Instead, it uses the stored translation. This feature reduces the quantity of content that the Lionbridge App sends to translation providers, which reduces your cost. However, it increases the processing time before sending out the items for translation.|
|Job Metadata – Requires Due Date||Determines whether to show or hide the Due Date field in the Translation Job tab of the New Translation dialog box and in the Send Out Queued Items dialog box.|
Select the logging level for your site. There are four levels of logging: Error, Info, Debug, and Trace.
Recommendation: Initially set the log level to Debug, since this level of logging has all the details of the Lionbridge App translation process. This level of detail is required for Lionbridge Connector Support to assist you with any implementation issues. After the end-to-end translation process is running smoothly, you can change this to Error, so that only warnings and errors are logged.
- Click Save.