we currently experience difficulties with accessing the "Test system" part on MS Hub.
Trying to enter any test translation we receive the error: " The deployed translation system is temporarily unavailable. Please try again after some time...."
The system is actually fully deployed and works well when accessing it via API. The same issue is reproducible on legacy systems and also on new systems (trained/deployed this week). The issue is reproducible at least for a week or so.
Could you please help us investigate/mitigate the problem?
Thank you Tomas1 vote
Microsoft requires credit card details - even for Azure's free option - which it promises to conserve but never use. Well, no thank you. I never give out my credit card details except in exchange for essentials like groceries and home appliances. So, regretfully, that is the end of my contributions to Microsoft Hub. I will stay with Google Translator Toolkit, which requires nothing from its contributors but their unpaid labor.2 votes
I just signed up for Translator Hub. I have set up a project and uploaded some HTML files. however when I click "Train New System", none of the uploaded documents show up in the list. What did I miss?1 vote
I am trying to train with just a Dictionary.xlsx file with enu and ja, testing with just 6 entries to start in order to test it out and each time it fails with the following message:
Number of aligned sentences in the training is less than the minimum required (2000). Please include more files and resubmit the training.
According to the release notes from January 2016, training with just a dictionary is now supported?1 vote
and this is the only result offered for all segments. Configured Microsoft Translator using Azure credentials, via Trados MT Enhanced Plugin. Please advise how to resolve. Google Translate and SDL beglobal enterprise are simultaneously enabled.3 votes
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