Memsource connector

Managing Memsource connectors

See https://globalese.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/DOCS/pages/1099497489/CAT+tool+server+connectors#Memsource

Using Memsource connectors

You can use a Memsource connector to:

  • import TMs and TBs from your Memsource instance

  • pretranslate files in Memsource projects

To import TMs/TBs from Memsource:

See https://globalese.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/DOCS/pages/1244266575

To pretranslate files in Memsource projects:

1. Set up the connection

  1. Set up a new project, or edit an existing one in Globalese.

  2. Under CAT server connection, select a Memsource connector.

  3. Under CAT project, select the Memsource project you want to associate the Globalese project with.

  4. Click Save.

The Globalese project is now associated with a Memsource project, so you can move project files between the two.

2. Retrieve Memsource files for pretranslation

  1. Choose Files > Retrieve Memsource files for translation.

  2. Globalese lists all the files in the associated Memsource project. Select the ones you want to retrieve for pretranslation.

  3. Click Retrieve files.

You can now manage the Memsource files in the Globalese project.

Note: these files are duplicates of the original Memsource files, and the link is indicated by the Memsource icon next to the file name. Deleting the files from the Globalese project does not affect the files in the Memsource project.

3. Translate Memsource files in Globalese

4. Deliver pretranslated files to Memsource

Once the files have been translated in Globalese, the Deliver option becomes available. You have three options to deliver pretranslated files:

  • Select the Deliver option next to the file on the project page.

  • Click Deliver on the file page.

  • Choose Files > Deliver translated Memsource files on the project page. This will deliver all pretranslated Memsource files that have not been delivered before.

Note

You can only deliver the same file again if you re-translate them in Globalese (e.g. after changing the engine associated with the project).