Configure Acrolinx for Arbortext.
If you use the MSI installer properties to automate the installation of Acrolinx for Arbortext, you can also specify your Acrolinx URL. This means writers don't have to enter this information themselves. To set your Acrolinx URL, use the property
Specify the Acrolinx URL. Example
msiexec /i Arbortext.msi /qn ACROLINX_SERVER_ADDRESS=https://demo-inc.acrolinx.com
This property works for first-time installations only. The property gets ignored during an update and the Acrolinx URL that's currently configured gets used instead.
Acrolinx for Arbortext supports embedding your check results directly in your document.
Here’s an example of how embedded check data looks for XML documents:
acrolinxCheckData score="82" scorecardUrl=">SERVER_ADDRESS</output/en/gear_pump_xhtml_admin_38616c5a5ff3e6fe_1_report.html" timeStarted="2017-10-10T06:24:03Z" status="green"
To learn more, see our article Embed Check Data for Sidebar Integrations.
Arbortext Editor uses custom directories to store custom settings, templates, plugins, and more. When you install the Acrolinx Integration for Arbortext, your Acrolinx files are copied into a default custom directory.
Arbortext Editor also offers the option to use a different, centralized location for custom directories. This makes it easier for companies to distribute the same settings, templates, and so on, to all users. This option can, however, make it difficult for the Arbortext Editor to find Acrolinx. Fortunately, it's easy to direct your local Arbortext installation to the default custom directory where Acrolinx is saved.
If your Acrolinx Platform is secured with HTTPS or is running behind a proxy, you might have problems when you try to connect to the Acrolinx Sidebar. This is because the JRE that's used for Arbortext Editor doesn't know about the Acrolinx SSL certificate.
To avoid this, include the Acrolinx SSL certificate in the Java keystore. The Acrolinx SSL certificate is the certificate that's used for the SSL connection to the Acrolinx Platform.