On Boarding Overview
The Lingoport Suite consists of the Globalyzer Products and the LRM Product. The Globalyzer Products analyze code and identify internationalization issues such as embedded strings and locale sensitive methods. LRM uses the resource files and tracks and manages translation. Both Globalyzer and LRM have projects. A Lingoport project consists of the Globalyzer project and an LRM project.
When a Lingoport project is on-boarded, the project is set up to get new code and resource files from the repository. Jenkins jobs analyze the code using Globalyzer and LRM and the results are pushed to the Lingoport Dashboard. The on-boarding process includes the following:
- getting the necessary information about the LRM project, its target locales, etc.
- creating an LRM project using the command line
- creating a Globalyzer Lite project definition file
- setting up the Jenkins jobs
- verifying those jobs
A project can only be on-boarded within a group. That group must have been licensed.
In Jenkins and on the Dashboard, the Lingoport project will be referred to as <group name>.<project name>. For example given a group called "Acme" and a software project called "Weather", Jenkins and Dashboard will refer to it as Acme.Weather
A Lingoport Group is associated with an LRM license that defines how many projects can be created in the group. When installing with the Stack Installer, the "Company Name" is the current group.
LicenseExpiration Jenkins jobs
The Stack Installer creates a Jenkins job which will show information about one licensed Group and when its license expires.
In the illustration above, the group is Acme. Select the job (Acme.LicenseExpiration). Select the top blue sphere under Build History. This will bring you to Console Output which looks like:
Building in workspace /var/lib/jenkins/jobs/Acme.LicenseExpiration/workspace [workspace] $ /bin/sh -xe /tmp/hudson5197610759813816370.sh + set +x -rw-r--r--. 1 jenkins jenkins 425 Apr 10 12:28 /var/lib/jenkins/stack-installer/VERSION STACK_INSTALLER_VERSION=1.9.17 COMMIT_HASH=84ed4823cb000db415c5025036a965f74c472155 SUITE_JENKINS_COMMIT_HASH=59eaaf6f1bc7d5515ea9e7c3e19ff7a636d8e09f GLOBALYZER_LITE_VERSION=5.3 GLOBALYZER_WORKBENCH_VERSION=5.3.0 GLOBALYZER_CLI_VERSION=5.3.0 LINGOPORT_RESOURCE_MANAGER_VERSION=3.2 LINGOPORT_DASHBOARD_CLIENT_VERSION=5.6.1 LINGOPORT_DASHBOARD_SERVER_VERSION=5.6.1 SONARQUBE_VERSION=5.6.3 INSTALLATION_FINISHED=2017-04-10 Acme.LicenseExpiration ================================================================= CHECK_LICENSE for GROUP Acme License line for Acme: Acme 10 2018-01-01 177 Number of days left on license for Acme: 177 days Email Renewal Threshold: 30 days END CHECK_LICENSE ==========================================================
The projects under one group get the group's defaults for the associated translation system. So if a group's configuration is set up for an SFTP communication with a TMS for instance, all projects under that group will by default use the same mechanisms (that SFTP) with the same settings.
LRM projects are associated with a group. If LRM is installed without the Stack Installer, the installer requires at least one group and its license. The license for a group is obtained from email@example.com based on the commercial agreement between the client and Lingoport. Each project within a group must have a unique name.
Adding a new LRM License/Group
To add new groups after installing the system, contact Lingoport and arrange for a new group. Lingoport will provide a license key for a given number of projects. With the new license information, execute the ManageLicenses Jenkins job:
Command Line Equivalent
If you'd rather use the command line instead of the Jenkins ManageLicenses job, for instance in a script, use the
--create-group command on lrm-cli.jar command line. You need to have requested a license key for the new group from Lingoport before creating the group. For instance:
> java -jar $LRM_HOME/lrm-cli.jar --create-group --group-name group1 --date "2016-06-01" --number-of-licenses 10 --license-key <license-key>
To update the license of an existing group, used the
--update-license command on lrm-cli.jar command line. You need to have requested a license key for the new group from Lingoport before updating the group.For instance:
> java -jar $LRM_HOME/lrm-cli.jar --update-license --group-name group1 --date "2016-06-01" -number-of-licenses 10 --license-key <license-key>
Once a group has been created, the database and the file structure are updated. The Jenkins LicenseExpiration job should show the change to the license.
A group name must conform to the following specification: A set of alphanumeric characters without the following special characters:
- < (less than)
- > (greater than)
- : (colon)
- " (double quote)
- / (forward slash)
- \ (backslash)
- | (vertical bar or pipe)
- ? (question mark)
- * (asterisk)
- % (percentage)
Jenkins job and Projects
When the Stack Installer creates the Jenkins jobs, it orders them into various tabs. Here is an example showing the <group>.<project> for Acme.Weather:
The 1 - Automation tab contains on-boarded jobs which generate the status of the project and pushes it to the dashboard, and pseudo-localizes resource files if necessary. These jobs tend to run whenever files are pushed to the repository for the project. See
- Any job that starts with Lingoport. is a template under the
Templatestab and can be used to simplify the on-boarding process.
- $DASHBOARD_HOME refers to the home of the Dashboard Client, not the Dashboard Server.
The 2 - Nightlies tab contains on-boarded jobs which run every day or every night and provide an update to the dashboard and an email to a set of recipients based on the configured frequency. See
$LRM_HOME/bin/job_nightly.sh. The job name should be the same as the LRM Automation job with a -Nightly suffix.
The 3- PrepKit tab contains on-boarded jobs ending in -PrepKit which are triggered by a human intervention to send the kits for translation based on the configured translation endpoint. See
$LRM_HOME/bin/job_prepkit.sh. The job name should be the same as the LRM Automation job with a -PrepKit suffix.
The 4- License Expiration tab contains on-boarded jobs which are run every night to warn you if your license is about to expire. See
$LRM_HOME/bin/job_checklicense.sh. The job name should