Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP)
A protocol used to access a directory listing. LDAP support is implemented in browsers and email programs, which can query an LDAP-compliant directory. In a TeamConnect environment, if you already have a 3rd party LDAP Server set up, you can configure TeamConnect user authentication to occur through your LDAP Server.
The process of customizing system and custom data for multiple languages and regions. In TeamConnect, you can localize the user interface and features, such as the time and data display. To localize in TeamConnect, you export the English data to an Excel spreadsheet, enter the translated data into corresponding fields, and import the translated data back into TeamConnect. After you import the data, the translated elements appear in your preferred language.
The term localization can be confused with internationalization, which involves selecting a language at runtime.
A System Object definition used to list the goods or services specified in an Invoice. The details of each line item, such as the type (fee or expense), price, quantity, and dates must be entered in the Line Items screen of the corresponding invoice. Line items must be created from an existing invoice.
A component for a specific area of TeamConnect for which a system or audit log can be defined. For example, TeamConnect has loggers for portal panes, custom blocks, the XML layer, and user login/ sign off. When you define a log (or appender), you select which logger's messages it captures.
Tables that organize, store and quickly access multiple items, such as contacts' roles, types of address, phone, fax and other contact information, and so on. In addition to adding, renaming, inactivating, and deleting items in system lookup tables, you can define new custom lookup tables and their contents. In the end-user interface, lookup tables are represented by either drop-down lists (most commonly) or radio buttons, where the user can look up the necessary information and make the appropriate selection.
Users have the option of displaying item hierarchies in a regular drop-down list or in a Java applet called a hierarchical item selector.