- The Across Language Server
- Across Standard Components
- Across Access Modes
- Installation Scenarios
- Installation of the Microsoft SQL Server
- Customer Product Key and Product Activation
- Across Server
- crossTerm Server
- crossTank Server
- crossVPN Server
- crossVPN Proxy
- crossAPI SI
- crossTerm Web
- Setting up Across Modes
- Generating crossGrid Certificates
- Creating Generic Softkeys
- Changing the Across Database User
- Defragmenting Database Files
- Running a Backup
- Automatic Client Update
- Windows Authentication
- Reference: Menus in crossAdmin
- crossTank Performance Counter
- SQL Server Optimization
- Integration in Other Programs
- Web-based Components with HTTPS
- E-Mail Transmission in Across
- Integration Into the Network
- Across Support and Across Services
- Across SDK
- The Toolbox: Useful Tools for Across
Across Standard Components
The Across Language Server is a client/server application. This means that several users have access to the same Server and work with a common dataset. This approach offers a wide variety of advantages, including the fact that all users work with up-to-date and consistent data. Each user has access to the results of the other users, thus eliminating redundant data storage.
The four main components in Across are the following:
- The Across Server, responsible for the administration of users and system data, task management (translations, etc.) and workflows
- The crossTank Server, responsible for storing and providing translation memory entries
- The crossTerm Server, responsible for terminology administration
- The Across Clients that access the Across Server for the processing (translation, correction, etc.), administration and management of projects
The Across Server provides Across system functions and, among other things, manages projects, documents, and users.
Depending on the installed product edition, the Across Server provides the crossAPI SI programming interface, which enables the seamless integration of Across with third-party systems.
The Across translation memory is called crossTank. The crossTank Server manages a database of legacy texts, subdivided into translation segments, and makes the translations available to the Across Clients. This means that all translators can use all available crossTank entries within a company's installation.
The Across terminology management system is called crossTerm. Terms are entered and managed with any amount of additional information and made available to the Across Clients. As a result, all authorized users can access the terminology database via the Across Clients.
Systematic terminology work is the key to producing consistent documents; that's why Across provides the crossTerm Web Server for specialized departments, offices, or other company divisions that do not focus on translation. They can use it to access terminology via an Internet browser without having their own Across installation.