Importing DVX TM into an existing one
Thread poster: David BUICK

David BUICK  Identity Verified
Local time: 17:21
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French to English
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Feb 21, 2007

I have tried doing this using the wizard to regroup a number of overlapping TMs into a newly created TM. The newly created TM does not display any of the imported entries despite the file size indicating that they are there. All help greatly appreciated.

 

David Turner  Identity Verified
Local time: 17:21
French to English
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UK English and US English? Feb 22, 2007

When you opened the MDB in the editing environment, did you select "All" on the target languages side? Perhaps you have a mixture of En_gb and En_us?
Did you select the languages properly during import?

Regards,
David Turner


 

David BUICK  Identity Verified
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Still no further forward Feb 22, 2007

I had "UK English" selected (which in theory was the right target languange). I just tried again with "all languages" and still have nothing in the target TM despite the wizard saying it has successfully imported x entries.

 

Harry Bornemann  Identity Verified
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English to German
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Maybe one of the two languages totally wrong? Feb 22, 2007

Eutychus wrote:
I just tried again with "all languages" and still have nothing in the target TM despite the wizard saying it has successfully imported x entries.

So it seems they are there, but cannot be found.
- Have you tried browsing the available and likeable language pairs in the TM to make them visible (including Dutch, a DVX default value)?
- If the import works, does any export work (e.g. to Trados text format, where you could see the nominal language)?


 

David Turner  Identity Verified
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French to English
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Look in database properties? Feb 22, 2007

Eutychus wrote:

I had "UK English" selected (which in theory was the right target languange). I just tried again with "all languages" and still have nothing in the target TM despite the wizard saying it has successfully imported x entries.


If you open the MDB, do you at least have a list of sentences on the source side when French is selected as the source language? Maybe you chose French Belgium or some other variant by mistake during import?
What do you get if you choose Database/Properties/Statistics/Calculate? It should give you the number of pairs of entries and the languages concerned.

Regards,
David Turner


 

David BUICK  Identity Verified
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no sentences nowhere Feb 22, 2007

>What do you get if you choose >Database/Properties/Statistics/Calculate

nuthin'

blank

no sentences visible in TM and no stats or anything.

I'll try Harry's suggestion when I get a minute.


 

David Turner  Identity Verified
Local time: 17:21
French to English
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Try Olifant? Feb 23, 2007

Eutychus wrote:
no sentences visible in TM and no stats or anything.


Are the TMs DVX MDBs or are they in some other form (TMX, .txt)?
Perhaps you would have more luck using the free Enlaso Olifant utility for editing and merging TMs?

http://www.translate.com/technology/tools/Olifant.html

Regards,
David Turner


 

David BUICK  Identity Verified
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Could be a problem with a recent build May 17, 2007

Sorry not to have pursued this - too busy actually doing the work! A colleague suggested the problem is related to a bug in a recent build of DVX. I haven't tried again since.

 


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