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Answer: Ultimately, the selection of the most suitable format for the terminology export depends on what you want to use the data for. In particular, you should take the following aspects into consideration:
TBX format: TBX is a standardized format for the exchange of terminology data. Usually, we recommend exporting terminology in this format, especially if you intend to re-import the data to Across later on or if you want to back up your terminology.
CSV format: The CSV format is suitable for exporting terminology data if you want to edit or process the data outside Across. CSV files can easily be opened and edited in Excel or in a text editor. Moreover, they are more versatile than TBX files, as CSV is a more widely distributed import format than TBX. Since TBX is XML-based, the manual processing of TBX data is usually more difficult and less comfortable.
The entry and term templates in the crossTerm settings determine which data categories in entries and terms can be edited: only data categories contained in the entry and term templates can be edited. In this case, the data categories have most likely been removed from the respective templates; therefore, the data categories cannot be edited although they are still displayed in the entries and terms. To enable the editing of these categories, add the desired data categories to the respective templates. Subsequently, it should be possible to edit them.
Yes, this is possible. In addition to the existing system attributes "Project", "Relation", and "Subject", additional user-defined system attributes can also be created, e.g. for document types, product models, or brands. You can use both standard attributes and user-defined attributes in the entire system, e.g. in crossTerm.
Further information on the system attributes in Across is available here.
On the other hand, you can also define crossTerm-specific attributes. You can create these attributes in the crossTerm settings.
Further information on crossTerm settings is available here.
To import non-Latin terminology, the CSV file must be prepared manually. To do this, proceed as follows:
In crossTerm, Across assigns an entry GUID and an entry ID for every entry.
The entry GUID is generated automatically and consists of a random sequence of 32 hexadecimal characters (e.g. F191323D-346D-49D0-A28A-1913901A76C7). Each GUID occurs only once in the entire Across system. Every crossTerm entry is clearly identified by the associated GUID. Entry GUIDs are never displayed in the crossTerm Manager interface, as they are of a technical nature and merely serve the internal allocation within crossTerm.
When re-importing terminology data in CSV format, Across can import the data by matching the GUIDs. In this way, you can prevent duplicate entries and terms from being created during the re-import. Further information on this is available here.
In contrast, the entry ID is assigned in chronologically ascending order, beginning from ID "1" for the first entry created in or imported to crossTerm, ID "2" for the second entry, etc. By default, the ID of an entry is displayed under the crossTerm instance of the respective entry.
The entry ID serves the identification of an entry in crossTerm by the user. For example, it is possible to search for an entry with a particular ID using the entry search.
As a matter of principle, the access to crossTerm instances is controlled via rights. The display of contents of a crossTerm instance is regulated by means of the following three rights:
See released terms
See unreleased terms
See standalone entries
To ensure that the members of a user group cannot access a crossTerm instance, these three rights must be deactivated. To do this, proceed as follows:
You can enable crossTerm Web at a later date when the requirements have been fulfilled, i.e. when your license allows the use of crossTerm Web and you have installed the Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS). In order to enable crossTerm Web, please open crossAdmin and select the menu command >>Tools >>Configure crossTerm Web.
To find out whether crossTerm Web has been enabled, call the address http://<server name>/crossTermWeb/. (Instead of <server name> enter the name or the IP address of your Across Server, e.g. http://123.456.789.000/crossTermWeb)