accreditare

English translation: request authorization

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Italian term or phrase:accreditare
English translation:request authorization
Entered by: Judith McLean

16:52 Sep 15, 2013
Italian to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - IT (Information Technology)
Italian term or phrase: accreditare
My question related to data transfer and 'nodes'. I'm out of my comfort zone here and just wondering if 'accredit' is the appropriate term in English. The context relates to the transfer of data by financial institutions to the Italian Revenue Agency through use of a dedicated platform. Here's the specific paragraph

Per utilizzare tale infrastruttura è necessario essere registrati ai servizi telematici dell'Agenzia delle Entrate (Entratel o Fisconline) ed accreditare un proprio "nodo" di interscambio ovvero selezionare uno dei "nodi" preventivamente accreditati che offrono tale servizio di trasmissione.

Help from those in the know would be appreciated
Thanks
Judith McLean
United Kingdom
Local time: 00:46
request authorization
Explanation:
or register perhaps. I think what they mean is to have a node registered as authorized for those purposes, so 'nodi accreditati' would be (previously) authorized nodes
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Francesca Pegazzano (X)
United Kingdom
Local time: 00:46
Grading comment
Perfect. Thanks for your help.
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request authorization


Explanation:
or register perhaps. I think what they mean is to have a node registered as authorized for those purposes, so 'nodi accreditati' would be (previously) authorized nodes

Francesca Pegazzano (X)
United Kingdom
Local time: 00:46
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Perfect. Thanks for your help.

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agree  James (Jim) Davis: This is what I feel. Have a connection authorised or approved.
1 hr
  -> Thank you Jim :) In fact I think I like 'have approved' better
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