error in importing xml file into Multiterm
Thread poster: M. Vučković

M. Vučković  Identity Verified
Serbia
Local time: 10:08
English to Serbian
+ ...
Dec 10, 2010

Hello everybody,

I have a problem bugging me for a while. I want to import the xml file with English and Serbian Cyrillic glossary entries into Multiterm 7.5.0 but when I try to import the xml file into newly created termbase,following the steps of the wizard I am stuck; I choose Serbian Cyrrilic and English UK in sublanguages (as export xml file have them), set the new termbase as default and when I choose Import entries/process/ import the given xml file/next/ the import wizard stops at 90% and then pops up a message stating that there were irregularities during the import, with no terms imported at all. The log file says this:

Original Entry Number Action Entry Number in Termbase
1 Does not conform to the target termbase definition.
Reason: Could not find output table 'I_CS'.
Source: MtServer.MtTermbase.1

2 Does not conform to the target termbase definition.
Reason: Could not find output table 'I_EN'.
Source: MtServer.MtTermbase.1

Where do I make a mistake? Does anyone have an idea how to tackle this issue?

Thanks in advance,
Miloš


 


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