Universal Translator 1.3
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Universal Translator 1.3 is specifically designed to effectively offer a flexible solution to these format conversion allowing a user with only minimal programming experience to develop and maintain (in-house) a fast and reliable mapping between any "transaction" based format. Typically this would include Payment, Acknowledgement or Statement formats however there is no actual limitation to how the translation engine can be utilised.
The Universal Translator allows the user to freely convert between transaction types, for example there is no reason that the translator engine can not be used to generate acknowledgements and/or real-time advice statements based on a payment source file(s) being processed. In addition to allowing the conversion of different transaction formats the Universal Translator offers, as standard, consolidation and routing capabilities thanks to its combine and splitting functionality.
- Integrate into the windows context menu and is accessed by right clicking on a directory (or directories) and selecting the “Translate…” option. Additionally integration is supported on a file by file basis by using the “Send to… Translator” menu item.
- Check a source location at predetermined intervals and translate what it finds to a destination directory.
- Allow clients to create and maintain “separated variable” import formats. Any user is able to create import methods, without the need for access to the IDE or programming knowledge, which can then be used by any “Universal Translator” client or other suitably enabled application.
- Allow clients to create and maintain OLEDB import formats. Any user is able to create import methods, without the need for access to the IDE or programming knowledge, which can then be used by any “Universal Translator” client or other suitably enabled application.
- ActiveX DLL supplies a simple development interface to the functionality of the translation engine. Additionally the COM object can also be used to connect to a remote machine which is running an instance of the “Translation Server”
- Any remote machine on a TCP/IP network can be turned into a “Translation Server” which will then accept client requests for translations. This application is only intended to allow one translation to occur at any one time however up-to 255 clients will be allowed to connect and negotiate for the use of the translation engine at any one time.
- The Universal Translator package offers direct integration into Microsoft Outlook. The Addin itself can be ran in either a manual or automatic ‘mode’ (or both) depending on the particular requirements at time of installation.
- When enabled the addin will automatically intercept inbound emails and convert on-the-fly any transactional based format then re-insert the resultant file(s) back into the source email or, if preferred, it can also be configured to forward them onto a local location for further processing.
- When manual integration is enabled a toolbar option is made available to the user allowing him to directly convert and forward either a single or batch of messages.
- Implementation of the Universal Translation within a back-office environment can be fundamentally the same as a client distribution depending upon the actual requirements of the client.
- However a scaleable “Translation Manager” option is available which allows for ‘translation farms’ to be established for maximum throughput (i.e. multiple machines each translating individual transaction files simultaneously).
- Each translation request is accepted by the “Translation Manager” then re-routed over a TCP/IP network to any available slave machine to perform the actual process. The overall process works in exactly the same manner as the “Client Side Translation Server” (see 1.1.6) and in-fact the client is unaware of the difference between the manager and a direct server.
- To support future requirements or enterprise wide solutions it is possible to run the ‘Universal Translation’ in a distributed processing configuration. This configuration is made possible by the ‘Translation Manager’ application which will control the flow of information between the actual translation engine(s) and the client connections over any TCP/IP network.
- Recompile package due to previous license issues with the bundled free user.
- Added details of ‘Translation Manager’
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