Daniel Pestana wrote:
Hi. I know this is an old thread, but I just translated some XLIFF files in SDLX and everything went well. I verified everything and the strings were all there, plus translated. I even sent the files to a different computer by email to see if there were any changes. However, after I sent the same files to the client, they said the strings were not translated and were empty. Now, what happened? I don't understand what went wrong. And the funny thing is that I have the translated files in my computer and everything looks fine. How can that be? If anyone can help I'd appreciate it. Another detail was, the source files were XLIFF but were on DOC format.
not every file which is supposed to be XLIFF is real XLIFF. I personally saw just few valid XLIFF files:-)
Can you maybe try to open the file in Trados Studio 2009 - the XLIFF filter there is much better then in SDLX.
If this doesn't help/cannot be used share the XLIFF with us so we can have a look if it's valid XLIFF in first place.