Our new REST APIs are now complete. In October 2017, we launched our first batch of REST APIs (see our blog post for more information). Since then, our API team has been busy making improvements and developing new REST APIs.
An option has been introduced for project managers and administrators to prohibit any editing of source by linguists – either by editing in editors or by manually uploading a bilingual file via our UI or API. The option Linguists may edit source (selected by default) is located in the Access and Security section in the project as well as global…
API is enabled for all paid Memsource edition with different daily limits. The limits are checked every 30 minutes and reset every day at 0:00 GMT. User can set an email notification when 80% or 100% of the limit is reached in Cloud Setup > API statistic. The API response when limit is exceeded is…
We have added new parameters to customize the API search in Translation memory:
Tennis-Point GmbH is a German online retailer offering over 50,000 tennis products including equipment, apparel, and accessories. They operate in 12 languages by integrating their eShop system with Memsource.
New API call for Quotes is available:
Please see Quotes API and Costing & Quotes manual for details and Edition availability.
Memsource 6.10 brings new webhook trigger as well as an update to the JSON datastructure. Webhook, an arbitrary URL which can handle HTTP POST requests, can now receive 3 event notifications from Memsource Cloud: Job Created Job Assigned Job Status Changed The JSON data structure has also been updated in order to pride additional information about the…
It is now possible to list term base entries by concept ID, in addition to term ID search available previously.
The new call is api/v2/termBase/listTermsOfConcept
Memsource 6.2 is now live, following the major release 6.0 two weeks ago. This week’s update features the ability to translate Google Documents, to run automated projects, and to use Memsource translation memory in other CAT tools.
API Async Requests created in Asynchronous API and Translation Memory Asynchronous API will be stored for 14 days. After that period they will be deleted and the information will no longer be available.