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Specials run until 10/31/2018

Offers are for commercial and industrial customers only.
All prices are net.

Complete Price Sheet.

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Update to Version 4

Sisulizer version 4 is a paid update recommended for all Sisulizer customers.

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Software Localization News

Version 4 Build 373 released

9/9/2018

The new build comes with many new features. [...]

.NET Support updated

6/14/2018

New in May 2018: [...]

Sisulizer 4 Build 366

3/1/2017

Build 366 - support for Visual Studio 2017 [...]

10 Years Sisulizer

8/5/2016

Celebrate and save Big. [...]

Delphi Berlin, Android, Project Merge...

5/6/2016

Build 360 [...]

Our customers use Sisulizer...

to reach international customers with software in their language

to localize their in-house software in the international subsidiaries

to build multilingual custom software for their clients' enterprises

as Localization Service Providers because it is the localization tool of their customers

to localize software at Government Agencies

To teach software localization at Universities

for software localization on Electronic Devices

To translate software for Biomedical Hardware

to localize software in the Mining Industry

to create multilingual software for Mechanical Engineering

 

Import Wizard - Database

Use this sheet to select the fields of a database table where you want to import data from.

Database

Specifies the database. The database list contains available database types. Select the database type that you want to use. Possible values are:

When importing data from a database all above databases are available. Localize column shows those databases that Sisulizer can localize. TM column shows databases that can work as a translation memory. Depending on the current license some addtional databases may not be available.

Database type Description Localize TM
Access Access database.
Type a database file name (.mdb or .accdb) in the edit field or press ... to select a file.
If you use Access 2007 make sure that you have installed 2007 Office System Driver: Data Connectivity Components in your computer. If not you can download it from Microsoft web site.
yes -
ADO/ODBC compatible ADO/ODBC compatible database.
Press ... to select the data source.
- -
dBase DBase database.
Type the name of the database directory name where the database tables are located in the edit field, or press ... to select a directory.
When you have entered a valid dictionary value Sisulizer automatically connects to the database.
yes -
DBISAM DBISAM database.
Type the name of the database directory name where the database tables are located in the edit field, or press ... to select a directory.
When you have entered a valid dictionary value Sisulizer automatically connects to the database.
yes yes
Firebird Firebird database.
Server group specifies the server type. Select Local server if your Firebird server running on this computer. Select Remote server if your Firebird server is running on some other computer.
SQL dialect specifies the SQL dialect that your Firebird server uses.
Enter the database address in the Server address field and the database name in the Database name field. Enter the database user name in the User name field and the password in the Password field and press Connect to connect to the database. If you want Sisulizer to remember the password check Rememeber password. Password is stored in an encrypted form.
yes yes
Interbase Interbase database.
Server group specifies the server type. Select Local server if your Interbase server running on this computer. Select Remote server if your Interbase server is running on some other computer.
SQL dialect specifies the SQL dialect that your Interbase server uses.
Enter the database address in the Server address field and the database name in the Database name field. Enter the database user name in the User name field and the password in the Password field and press Connect to connect to the database. If you want Sisulizer to remember the password check Rememeber password. Password is stored in an encrypted form.
yes yes
MySQL MySQL database.
Enter the database address in the Server address field. Enter the database user name in the User name field and the password in the Password field and press Connect to connect to the database. Finally select the database in the Database combo box. If you want Sisulizer to remember the password check Rememeber password. Password is stored in an encrypted form.
yes yes
NexusDB NexusDB database.
Type a database directory in the edit field or press ... to select a directory.
yes -
Paradox Paradox database.
Type the name of the database directory name where the database tables are located in the edit field, or press ... to select a directory.
When you have entered a valid dictionary value Sisulizer automatically connects to the database.
yes -
PostgreSQL PostgreSQL database.
Enter the database address in the Server address field. Enter the database user name in the User name field and the password in the Password field and press Connect to connect to the database. Finally select the database in the Database combo box. If you want Sisulizer to remember the password check Rememeber password. Password is stored in an encrypted form.
yes yes
SQL Server SQL Server database.
Enter the database address in the Server address field. Enter the database user name in the User name field and the password in the Password field and press Connect to connect to the database. Finally select the database in the Database combo box. If you want Sisulizer to remember the password check Rememeber password. Password is stored in an encrypted form.
yes yes
SQL Server Compact SQL Server Compact database.
Type a database file name (.sdf) in the edit field or press ... to select a file.
yes -
SQLite SQLite database.
Type a database file name (.db) in the edit field or press ... to select a file.
yes -

Select the database table where you want to import from

This specifies the table that contains the fields where you import data from. Select the table from the list.

Original field

Select the field that contains the original strings. If you import to the translation memory select also the original language.

Original encoding

Select the character encoding that is used in the original field.

Original language

Select the language of the string in the original field

Import field

Select the field that contains the translated strings.

Import encoding

Select the character encoding that is used in the import field.

Import language

Select the language of the string in the import field. If you import to the translation memory select also the import language.

Comment field

Select the field that contains the comments.

Comment encoding

Select the character encoding that is used in the comment field.