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Creating Session-Bound Top Texts (DEMS Objects)

Creating Session-Bound Top Texts

Use

Session-bound top texts are lists of source texts in your personal worklist that are sorted according to how frequently they occur in your worklist. They only include short texts. They enable you to examine the most frequently occurring short texts in your worklist, so you can decide whether they are suitable for automatic distribution or not. You can create proposal pool entries with a suitably high quality status for those source texts which are suitable for distribution. When you start translating the source texts in your personal worklist, you can distribute these proposals in short text objects when you call them up for translation. Furthermore, the proposals are distributed automatically when the next evaluation takes place, as long as automatic distribution has been set up for the evaluation runs. See also DEMS Objects.

Session-bound top texts are also a good way of getting to know the terminology in your worklist because they contain the source texts that occur most often.

You generate session-bound top texts in your personal worklist. You can generate them for all of the source texts in your personal worklist, or just for the new (untranslated) source texts. They are then included in your personal worklist as demonstration objects. You can access and translate them in the short text editor just like any other short texts. They only exist in your current personal worklist. When you leave your personal worklist, the demonstration objects are deleted.

Prerequisites

· You have called up a personal worklist in transaction SE63.

· Your translator profile authorizes you to assign suitably high quality statuses.

Procedure

1. Call up a personal worklist in transaction SE63.

2. If you want to generate session-bound top texts for all of the source texts in your personal worklist, choose Utilities → Generate Top Texts (All Texts).

3. If you only want to generate session-bound top texts for the new (untranslated) source texts in your personal worklist, choose Utilities → Generate Top Texts (New Texts Only).

The Select Lower Limit dialog box appears.

4. Select the minimum quality status to be taken into account for your source texts.

Example

If you want to take all source texts into account, including those without a best proposal, select Z No Best Proposal. However, if you want source texts with an existing best proposal to be taken into account, so that you can check and possibly increase the quality status of these best proposals, select a quality status that is lower than the highest quality status you are authorized to assign. For example, you could select X if the highest quality status you can assign is S.

The Select Upper Limit dialog box appears.

5. Select the highest quality status to be taken into account for your source texts.

Example

If you only want source texts to be taken into account if their quality status is no higher than X, select X Not Recommended for Distribution. However, if you want all source texts to be taken into account, select A Flag for Distribution. If you want source texts with an existing best proposal to be taken into account, so that you can check and possibly increase the quality status of these best proposals, select a quality status that is lower than the highest quality status you are authorized to assign. For example, you could select B Created by a New Translator if the highest quality status you can assign is S.

The Choose Frequency Limit dialog box appears. The first column indicates how often a source text occurs. The second column indicates how many source texts occur this frequently in your personal worklist.

Example

The Choose Frequency Limit dialog box contains the entry 0012 3. This means that three source texts occur twelve times in your personal worklist.

6. Select the frequency limit as of which source texts should be taken into account.

Result

Session-bound top texts are generated and added to your personal worklist under the node Demonstration Object. The demonstration objects comply with the following naming convention:
TEMP_ONLY__TOP_TEXT R- .

Double-click the first demonstration object to start processing it.

 

Source by SAP:

http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp60_sp/helpdata/en/42/b915a70fd663f6e10000000a155369/content.htm

 

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