How do I obtain a Globalyzer account?
After you register on lingoport.com, a Lingoport representative will contact you with instructions on how to download and install a trial version of the Globalyzer Workbench software. Tutorial videos will also be provided to help you learn Globalyzer's features as quickly as possible.
When you purchase a Globalyzer license, we will enable your account, allowing you to add Users to your team (dependent on your licensing).
If you have purchased a Globalyzer Enterprise Server license, we provide clear instructions on installing the server components, adding and administering User accounts, and any additional support needed to make sure you’re quickly up and running.
How do I install Globalyzer Workbench ?
To install Globalyzer Workbench, you first need a Globalyzer account (see previous FAQ question). Once you have an account, you log into Globalyzer Server and at the bottom of your home page there is a link to download Globalyzer Workbench.
Globalyzer Workbench is a standalone Eclipse Rich Client Platform (RCP) application. In addition to many internationalization features, the Workbench benefits from Eclipse's support for integrating with source control, programming language plug-ins and any other plug-in to assist with your development.
Please see installation for complete Globalyzer Workbench download/installation instructions.
How do I install Globalyzer Lite?
To install the Globalyzer Lite, you first need a Globalyzer account (see previous FAQ question). Once you have an account, you log into the Globalyzer Server and at the bottom of your home page there is a link to download Globalyzer Lite.
The Globalyzer Lite is a standalone Java application. It uses Rule Sets to scan code at the command line. It is used in the Jenkins configured for the Continuous G11n System and can be integrated as an external tool in an IDE. Please see Globalyzer Lite for more information.
Please see installation for complete Globalyzer Lite download/installation instructions.
What are the server requirements for hosting a Globalyzer Server on premises?
Globalyzer Server is either hosted by Lingoport or on premises.
For the on premises installation, the standard IT setup for a virtual server is
- 4 GB memory,
- 160 GB disk space, and
- 2 CPUs.
If anticipating heavy use, may need up to
- 8 GB memory,
- 500 GB disk space, and
- 4 CPUs
The following table lists the operating system and 3rd party tools required for installation of the Globalyzer Server.
|Operating System||CentOS 7 (preferred) or Windows|
|Web Server||Tomcat Version 8.5.x|
|Java Standard Edition||Java SDK 1.8|
|Browser||Any compatible browser|
Client Security configurations may change Globalyzer Workbench database settings
Some configurations of the operating system have a password manager which interferes with the software password or other configuration settings. In order to run Globalyzer successfully, the user may have to disable the system security.
For example, on Lenovo Windows 7, the database settings can be overwritten due to the Password Manager. Executing C:\Program Files\Lenovo\Client Security Solution\css_pwmgr_toggle.exe will resolve this problem.
Depending on the OS and the client security settings, similar actions may be needed for other systems.