Do I need to use database with swordfish?
Thread poster: NorwegianLight

NorwegianLight
Norway
English to Norwegian (Bokmal)
Jun 4, 2014

Do I need to use a database to get Swordfish to work for me?

 

Patricia Fierro, M. Sc.  Identity Verified
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Swordfish Databases Jun 5, 2014

Dear Norwegian Light,

Swordfish can create its own internal databases or it can use one of the following DBMS: Oracle, MySQL 5.x, or SQLServer. I would recommend the use of internal databases if the number of segments is not that great.

The database is where the translation memory will be stored. A translation memory is where the translations will be stored.

You can find out additional information on their website: http://www.maxprograms.com/tutorials/SwfishGettingStarted.html

and

http://www.maxprograms.com/tutorials/SwfishGettingStarted.html#step1 (How to Setup Databases)

Best regards,
Patricia

www.TheBestTranslations.com

[Edited at 2014-06-05 13:31 GMT]


 


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