Google MT v2 Connector
The version 1 of the Google Translate API has been discontinued in December 2011. A new paying service using a new version of the API is available. The framework provides a connector for this new Google Translate API. You can find more information about Google MT v2 here: http://code.google.com/apis/language/translate/v2/getting_started.html.
The engine supports inline codes.
This connector accesses a remote server and makes your source text available to Google, but no corresponding translation is sent to Google. You must also respect Google's Terms of Service to use it.
- You can also use the GTT Batch Translation Step to take advantage of Google MT.
- The Microsoft Translator Connector provides a courtesy service.
- and the other MT connectors available in the Okapi distribution
Google API key — Enter the Google API key you want to use for the charges occurring when using this connector. You can obtain an API key from this page: https://code.google.com/apis/console
Example of a configuration file:
- This connector is BETA