Multiterm 2009 yields no matches
Thread poster: Erik Freitag

Erik Freitag  Identity Verified
Germany
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Sep 20, 2010

Dear all,

I'm trying to complete my first translation (pretranslated TTX from a DOC file) in Studio (SP2 on an XP system). I've upgraded the relevant TM, and it works fine. I've also upgraded and opened three relevant MultiTerm termbases. However, MultiTerm doesn't yield any results the source segment obviously contains. When I enter those terms in the "term search" field, the results I'm looking for do appear. In the TM matches, no terms that the termbases contain are underlined in red (as I'm used to from Trados 2007).

Any help is greatly appreciated. I'm just beginning to work with Studio (training course is scheduled, but I'm trying to get some hands-on experience in the meantime).

Best regards,
Erik

PS.: I'm using SDL Trados Studio SP2 . 9.1.1264.0 and SDL MultiTerm - 8.1.1264.0

The MultiTerm Desktop application is not running.


[Bearbeitet am 2010-09-20 12:52 GMT]

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absciarretta  Identity Verified
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I had the same problem Sep 20, 2010

Check this thread and also make sure the index is set for the termbase.

http://www.proz.com/forum/sdl_trados_support/178124-sdl_2009_multiterm:_input_string_was_not_in_a_correct_format.html


 

Ginnea Sighinolfi
Italy
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Try this solution Sep 21, 2010

I had the same problem. Termbase was correctly set, I could see and search the terms in my search window but terminology recognition didn't work. I solved the problem with the solution described here http://talisma.sdl.com/display/2n/articleDirect/index.aspx?aid=3093&r=0.530074

As described there "Translator's Workbench from SDL Trados 2007 changes registry settings that can stop terminology recognition working in SDL Trados Studio 2009 SP2"

I hope it helpls you.


 

Erik Freitag  Identity Verified
Germany
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Dutch to German
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Thanks Sep 21, 2010

Dear Ginnea,

Thanks a lot! The link you provided doesn't work, but I was able to find the article you mentioned. The problem seems to be solved now.

Kind regards,
Erik


 

Ginnea Sighinolfi
Italy
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German to Italian
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Link Sep 22, 2010

Dear Erik,
I'm happy that my solution was helpful. It was suggested to my by the SDL support.

I'm sorry for the wrong link. For any futre reader this should be the right link http://talisma.sdl.com/display/2n/articleDirect/index.aspx?aid=3093&r=0.6330051 and the article ID on talisma (http://talisma.sdl.com) is the following: 3093

Best regards
Ginnea


 

Walter Blaser  Identity Verified
Switzerland
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An important note on links to the SDL KB Sep 22, 2010

I'm sorry for the wrong link. For any futre reader this should be the right link http://talisma.sdl.com/display/2n/articleDirect/index.aspx?aid=3093&r=0.6330051 ....


A general note for all users of this forum: when you want to include a link to the KB of SDL, you cannot simply copy-paste the link displayed in the address field. This link will stop working after a few minutes because it is a dynamic link generated by the CMS system.

What you need to do is: click on the function 'Email' or 'Bookmark' in the pane on the right of the article and copy the link that is displayed there and which looks like this:

http://kb.sdl.com/article.aspx?article=3353&p=1

You can then include this link in a post and whoever clicks on it will get to the article.

Walter


 

Ginnea Sighinolfi
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Link Sep 23, 2010

Thank you Walter!icon_smile.gif

 


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