AWSTranslateGetTerminologyResponse

Objective-C

@interface AWSTranslateGetTerminologyResponse

Swift

class AWSTranslateGetTerminologyResponse
  • The Amazon S3 location of a file that provides any errors or warnings that were produced by your input file. This file was created when Amazon Translate attempted to create a terminology resource. The location is returned as a presigned URL to that has a 30 minute expiration.

    Declaration

    Objective-C

    @property (nonatomic, strong) AWSTranslateTerminologyDataLocation *_Nullable auxiliaryDataLocation;

    Swift

    var auxiliaryDataLocation: AWSTranslateTerminologyDataLocation? { get set }
  • The Amazon S3 location of the most recent custom terminology input file that was successfully imported into Amazon Translate. The location is returned as a presigned URL that has a 30 minute expiration.

    Amazon Translate doesn’t scan all input files for the risk of CSV injection attacks.

    CSV injection occurs when a .csv or .tsv file is altered so that a record contains malicious code. The record begins with a special character, such as =, +, -, or @. When the file is opened in a spreadsheet program, the program might interpret the record as a formula and run the code within it.

    Before you download an input file from Amazon S3, ensure that you recognize the file and trust its creator.

    Declaration

    Objective-C

    @property (nonatomic, strong) AWSTranslateTerminologyDataLocation *_Nullable terminologyDataLocation;

    Swift

    var terminologyDataLocation: AWSTranslateTerminologyDataLocation? { get set }
  • The properties of the custom terminology being retrieved.

    Declaration

    Objective-C

    @property (nonatomic, strong) AWSTranslateTerminologyProperties *_Nullable terminologyProperties;

    Swift

    var terminologyProperties: AWSTranslateTerminologyProperties? { get set }