Failed to save target content: Indesign export
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xxxVan Sambeek
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Mar 20, 2012

I have a problem with a big Indesign-document.
I imported a big Indesign-file into Studio 2009 without any problem.
(no errors at all)

After translating, the sdlxliff-files were saved and then I tried to save the target as an Indesign-file again.
Saving the target appears not possible, I get an error:
"Failed to save target content: The file contains a large story object which cannot be handled by the current Java Virtual Machine size (31 MB). Please use a Filter Settings option to increase the Java Virtual Machine size"

Does this sound familiar in any way?
Can anyone help me with this?

Leon


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Jerzy Czopik  Identity Verified
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Try to follow the instruction from the error message Mar 20, 2012

and increase the Java VM size in the Filter settings within your Project settings.
Maybe this will help already.


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triedTired that but no result Mar 20, 2012

I already did that with the code Xmx800m in the Java Settings, but that gave no result. Strange thing is that I did not get any errors importing the same file a few days ago ...

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Change the setting in Studio Mar 20, 2012

not in Java. Sorry, I have no possibility to access Studio 2009, but this setting is within your Project settings, File types.

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Adjusted settings but still no result Mar 20, 2012

I have changed the Java Virtual Machine size under the Indesign file into 3000 Mb and reïmported the file again without succes.
Import is OK but exporting is not.
The same file now gives the error: "
the file size is too large, please change the File Processing Limit.
So I did, file size was set to 10000 kB and XML nodes to 4000, without result.
Finally I tried Java at 7000 MB and then I get the error "Java Heap space"

What is left to solve the problem?


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Jerzy Czopik  Identity Verified
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Modifying the source Mar 20, 2012

Maybe you could split the source in InDesign.
If the file is translated, you can also send me both the SDLXLIFF and the InDesign source and I try to solve it for you. jerzy at czopik dot com


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septima
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To try Mar 21, 2012

Hi Leon,

Some people, including myself, have had success with the workaround-solution I proposed here (3rd post in the thread):

http://www.proz.com/forum/sdl_trados_support/206368-cannot_export_inx_files_from_studio_2009_java_errors.html

Perhaps this will work for you too,

best wishes, s


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xxxVan Sambeek
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Tried as well Mar 21, 2012

Hi Septima

I have tried your solution, but then I got a message "failed to create Java Virtual Machine" so that doesn't work either....

@Jerzy
Thanks for your offer. I will first try to do the trick with *.idml files in stead of *.inx but if that doesn't work I will contact you.

Have a nice day you all!!


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No problem with idml-file Mar 21, 2012

OK, I have converted the original inx-file into idml and imported and translated it again. Now I don't have any problems converting it back into idml, so it is probably inx-related.
I have submitted a support request and will let you now what they will say.

Thanks for your support so far!

Have a nice day

grts
Leon


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