Jean Dimitriadis wrote:
Hello SDL Community,
Thank you for this information.
Can you (or anyone with a copy of SDL Trados readily available) please confirm that the XLIFF 2.0 is supported in SDL Trados 2015 by testing an actual XLIFF 2.0 file?
If it is, it could be a good idea to make that info publicly available in the supported file formats page. XLIFF 2.0 is not backwards compatible, so I guess it should get a separate filter entry.
If not in the 2015 version, from what version onwards does SDL Trados handle such files?
You can get a set of valid and invalid XLIFF 2 documents to test if a XLIFF 2 user agent is reading documents properly here: https://tools.oasis-open.org/version-control/browse/wsvn/xliff/trunk/xliff-20/test-suite/
To make sure your test file is a valid XLIFF 2.0: https://okapi-lynx.appspot.com/validation
A quick example of a XLIFF 2.0 file can be found here: https://pastebin.com/raw/ChsrT6EC
Paste in a text editor and save with the .xlf extension
[Edited at 2018-08-02 09:57 GMT]
I downloaded some files from the OASIS XLIFF Repository you shared, they can all be opened for Studio 2015 SR3 latest version. I doubt we'll spend time updating the help for that version as there have been two major releases since then and it is documented in the last two major versions of Studio. You shared a link to a help that is already 4-years old. I don't remember the history on this but I guess we added support for XLIFF 2.0 in one of the later service packs and this was probably done to support workflows where 2017, and now 2019, is used as the initiating project.