Login on your Systran Sever user interface with an admin user.
Open the Menu and click on Advanced Configuration:
Then click on Translation Resource Store tab, then search for the translation resource you want to use (always prefer the resources containing “NMT” when available). Then click on Import button. In my example below, I want "Spanish > French" (esfr):
IMPORTANT: the Filter resource is a mandatory resource to import, because it is used by the interactive translation box and for file translations. To import the Filter, repeat the steps above and search with "filter" in the search box.
Once imported, the status should change from Available to Imported.
Click on "Translation Resources" tab then for each imported resources (Filter included), click on the pen (right side) then change the instance number from 0 to 1, and hit the key “ENTER” on your keyboard (otherwise the instantiation won’t start). This operation might take few minutes to complete:
The translation resources are now instantiated (you will see "Instances = 1"). To make them available to the users, you must now create a dedicated translation profile for each translation resource. In the Menu , click on Advanced Configuration:
Click on Translation Resource Store tab, and then click on Create Profile on one of your translation resource as shown below:
Note: You may have the choice between NMT & RBMT technologies, so you can select the expected one.
Give a name to this profile. The best practices are to give the same name as translation resource + add the scope of permissions for better clarity. In this case the scope of permissions for this profile will be public (all users can use it), so name it like this:
On the next screen, set Public option to Yes if you want to give access to this profile to all users or let it on No then define the granted users or groups into Users or Groups fields.
Now you can finish the translation profile creation by clicking on Submit.
For the Filter resource, you must create a dedicated route (once instantiated) by clicking on Add route option as shown below:
On the pop-up screen, set the Public option to Yes then click on Submit.
Note: Depending on the usage kindly select Public or private route. For the filter it is highly recommended to add a public route.
Now you should be able to translate.