S-Tagger "eats" target files during conversion
Thread poster: SoDi

SoDi
Germany
Local time: 14:23
Jun 4, 2009

Hello,

this is a problem we've experienced both with S-Tagger for Framemaker and Interleaf:
RTF target files in various languages should have been converted back into MIF/ILDOC format, yet when they had run through S-Tagger, the following had happened:
a) File size had decreased to 0 k
or
b) The whole file had disappeared.
Also, no MIF/ILDOC had been created and various error messages were displayed.

Has anyone experienced the same and found out the reason (if there is only one reason for this)?

(In one case, the source files had to be created anew, and there were missing language start/end marks in the target files; for other languages, we haven't found out more so far).

[Edited at 2009-06-04 14:57 GMT]


 


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