Tomás Cano Binder, CT wrote:
The best you can do is first add the INI file to your list of document definitions in the Workbench. You simply do the following:
1. Run Translator's Workbench.
2. Choose Options > Translation Memory Options.
3. Choose the Tools tab. Click the Tag Setting button.
4. In the Tag Setting Manager dialog box, click Open and browse for your INI file. Click Open and click OK.
This should add the INI file to the list of possible TTX files, and from now on the XML file should open nicely in TagEditor without the error message.
If you expect to translate this kind of files regularly for your customer, may I suggest that you place the INI file in some place where it stays along time (and not with the project itself). Maybe you have a separate, fixed directory in which you put the customer's translation memory. There would be a good place for the INI files you receive from them.
I say so because Trados will use the INI file only if it finds it next time you open a similar XML file for the same customer. If you put the INI file with the XML file and rename/move the folder, Trados' link to the file is lost and you have to repeat the above steps again. Not very practical...
Thanks so much. I did as you advised, but the same error message appeared again.