Renato Renno wrote:
- Open Platform: use of open industry standards enables easier sharing of files, TMs and termbases between tools that also support XLIFF, TMX and TBX.
But now, I'm seeing that this seems not true...If we - as an LSP - want to make use of the powerful Project Management of Studio 2009, converting files into SDLXLIFF, we cannot proceed any longer if our translator - as Samuel here - is not Studio equipped...
Please tell me where are we wrong...
Your understanding seems correct.
You will have to ask what are the steps that translators equiped with older versions of Trados have to follow for translating your SDLXLIFF files generated in Studio 2009.
If older versions of Trados support SDLXLIFF files, you are safe. Or, you can wait until other tools that support XLIFF can handle SDLXLIFF.
[Edited at 2009-06-24 17:13 GMT]