Welcome to the Lionbridge App for Oracle Eloqua (Lionbridge App) version 2.1.0. This application is an Oracle Eloqua plug-in. It enables you to automate sending and retrieving assets from Oracle Eloqua, which dramatically reduces the effort required to create, maintain, and publish Web content in multiple languages.
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Welcome to the Lionbridge App
- 1: Terminology
- 2: How the Lionbridge App Works with Oracle Eloqua
- 3: Using this Guide
- 4: How to Contact Lionbridge Connector Support
1 - Terminology
|Asset||A content item that you manage using Eloqua, for example, articles, product descriptions, advertisements, photos, and video clips. Assets are instances of asset types.|
|Asset type||An object that you use to create assets of that type. An asset type is represented by a content entry form, where the set of fields define the type of content you will provide. For example, an Article asset type may have fields “Headline,” “Abstract,” “Author,” “Post Date,” and “Body,” which are the content that composes the article.|
|CloudBroker||Lionbridge’s server application for hosting the Lionbridge App for Oracle Eloqua. As a SaaS (Software as a Service), Eloqua does not support installing the Lionbridge App or any other external applications on its server. Therefore, the Lionbridge App is hosted on the Lionbridge CloudBroker server.|
|Freeway||The name of the Lionbridge translation portal for submitting content to and retrieving content from the Lionbridge translation provider.|
|FTP Server||File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is a standard network protocol used to transfer files from one host to another host over a TCP-based network, such as the Internet. Translation providers may receive and send files for translation using an FTP server.|
|Keys||The Lionbridge App uses keys to establish a secure, discrete connection between the app instance and the Platform.
Very important: Do not copy the CMS address keys to multiple instances, because this is a violation of the License Agreement. Using the same CMS address keys on multiple instances will cause the Lionbridge App or Connector to behave unexpectedly, which can result in lost translation content, orphaned projects, and inaccurate translation status reports. The Lionbridge Connector team will support technical issues caused by duplicating or incorrectly installing CMS address keys only on a time and materials basis.
|Lionbridge||The publisher of the Freeway translation portal and a translation provider. Users connect to the Freeway translation portal to submit content to and retrieve content from the Lionbridge translation provider.|
|Lionbridge App for Oracle Eloqua (App)||The software that Lionbridge has developed and provides, which plugs into your Eloqua environment to provide connectivity to CloudBroker and our hosted Platform. In this document it is referred to as the Lionbridge App. This is the software you set up as you work through this guide.|
|MT||Machine translation. The translation provider can be a machine translation service, such as Google Translate.|
|Producer||CMS or another content system that sends content or documents out for translation. In this case, this is Eloqua.|
|Provider||A provider of translation services. The delivery of assets to the provider may be via an FTP server or a TMS connector.|
|SDL TMS||SDL Translation Management System™ is a global information management application.|
|Site||A site is your company’s implementation of the Lionbridge App for Oracle Eloqua.|
|Support Asset||Supporting documents and their metadata. Support assets are not translated by the translation provider, but they provide helpful context for the translator.|
|TMS||Translation management system that the translation provider uses.|
2 - How the Lionbridge App Works with Oracle Eloqua
The Lionbridge App is an important part of the Lionbridge translation solution.
The Lionbridge App is registered as an app within Oracle Eloqua. Its functionality is displayed to the users as part of Oracle Eloqua.
As a SaaS (Software as a Service), Oracle Eloqua does not support installing the Lionbridge App or any other external applications on its server. Therefore, the Lionbridge App is hosted on the Lionbridge CloudBroker server.
Your translation systems architecture might look like the configuration above. It may have additional content producers or translation providers, but the core concepts remain the same.
During implementation, the Lionbridge Connectors team works with you and your translation providers to configure and test the other elements of your translation solution, which are the connections to your translation providers' systems.
3 - Using this Guide
Purpose of this guide
This guide describes everything you need to know to set up the Lionbridge App for Oracle Eloqua (Lionbridge App). It describes how to register the Lionbridge App in Oracle Eloqua, and how to set it up in CloudBroker.
Recommendation: Review the user guide to fully understand the powerful features of the Lionbridge App.
Who should use this guide
This guide is intended for Eloqua administrators or system integrators.
What your company setup should be
This document assumes that:
- Your company is already using Oracle Eloqua.
- The Lionbridge Connector Team has set up CloudBroker for your company to use the Lionbridge App to send out content for translation from Oracle Eloqua.
- The Lionbridge Connector Team has set up the Content API to send content to your translation providers.
What you should already know
This document assumes that:
- You have a strong working knowledge of Oracle Eloqua and its features.
- You are familiar with your company’s translation process and requirements.
- You have valid user credentials to log into Oracle Eloqua.
- You have valid user credentials to log into the AppCloud Developer section of Oracle Eloqua.
- You have valid user credentials to log into CloudBroker as a site administrator.
How to find out more about the Lionbridge App for Oracle Eloqua
For information on using the Lionbridge App for Oracle Eloqua to send and receive content for translation, read the Lionbridge App for Oracle Eloqua User Guide.
This guide uses the following conventions:
|Bold||Highlights screen elements such as buttons, menu items, and fields.|
|Courier||Highlights input, file names, and paths.|
|Italics||Highlights terms for emphasis, variables, or document titles.|
|>||Indicates a menu choice. For example, “Select Assets > Landing Pages.”|