In this chapter we discuss configuration of your Beebox and how to track operations and errors:
- Administration - Summary
- Administration - Recent Events
- Administration - Email Notifications
- Administration - Beebox Extensions
- Manage Logs and Errors
- Manage Windows Service
- Customize Text Segmentation
- Public Beebox URL
Track operations and errors
|View Recent Events|
View which operations were executed in the Beebox, including any failures.
Events are viewed in the Beebox UI.
|View Logs and Errors|
Learn how to track down errors using the Windows Event Log and the Beebox Files Action Log.
These give you full error information. Also helpful if you contact Wordbee support.
|View Current Connections|
Learn how you see who is connected to your Beebox, using the Beebox UI.
When you open up the Beebox API to external content management systems, see who interacts with the Beebox.
Beebox configuration tasks
|Configure Email notifications|
Have the Beebox send you or your clients notifications about important events.
For example, notify the creation of translated files.
Configure an email server connection and select the events to be notified.
|Configure Segmentation Rules|
Customize SRX rules to split text content into sentences.
Beebox comes with predefined rules but you can modify them to your needs.
|Add Beebox Extensions|
Extend your Beebox with new functionality, developed in Microsoft.Net.
|Windows Service configuration|
Learn about the Beebox Windows service and how to customize startup mode and Windows account.