Multiterm 2009 error while importing xml file
Thread poster: linwei

linwei  Identity Verified
Mexico
Local time: 14:00
English to French
Feb 26, 2011

Hi,

seems trados doesn't want to export one base.

Glossary is in form of an excel file.

I created xml file, tried several operations (from xls file, from txt and csv files) but they all fail eventually.

Is multiterm allergic to some characters such as () or /\ or what??

at the end of the log file i get this:
Un objet connexion ne peut pas être explicitement fermé au cours d'une transaction.
(a connection objet can explicitly be closed during a transaction)
[doesnt make sense? well it doesn't make sense in French as well!]

anyone ever got that? found a solution?

Thanks in advance


 

linwei  Identity Verified
Mexico
Local time: 14:00
English to French
TOPIC STARTER
title in responses is pointless Mar 5, 2011

it seems to a problem of reorganizing the entries at the end of the import process.

Anyone ever had this kind of problem? I uninstalled and reinstalled multiterm but the problem remains.
Moreover, though some entries may be in the glossary, trados doesn't recognize the words when they appear in a text although there are in the termbase!

This is very annoying. Has this never happened to anyone?!


 


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