CafeTran and SDLXLIFF files
Thread poster: Serena Basili

Serena Basili  Identity Verified
Belgium
Local time: 04:32
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May 25, 2016

Hello,
a client sent me a .docx file and told me he needs the .sdlxliff file. Can I create one using CT?
Thanks in advance!

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CafeTran cannot create SDLXLIFF May 25, 2016

Serena Basili wrote:

Hello,
a client sent me a .docx file and told me he needs the .sdlxliff file. Can I create one using CT?
Thanks in advance!

**A new happy CT usericon_smile.gif **


No, this isn't possible. You can, however:
  • send CafeTran's own XLIFF file (Project > Export > To package)
  • send CafeTran's project-based TMX file (Project > Export > To TMX memory)


In case you want to send the XLIFF file: your client can open it in Studio 2015 via Welcome > Translate single document (I've just tested this).

Note however, that normally your clients create the SDLXLIFF files that they want you to translate. There are good reasons for that (segmentation settings etc.)

[Edited at 2016-05-25 07:33 GMT]


 


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