PROBLEM Upgrading .tmx with Studio 2011 SP2
Thread poster: IsaC

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Aug 8, 2012

I installed Studio 2011 SP2 this morning, and already regret having doing so... SP1 was so troublefree.
I 'm working with a recent PC (Windows 7 / Office 2010, plenty of memory / SSD...

I had to upgrade a very large TM (in .tmx) and had already done this with previous versions of the same tm with SP1.
This morning, when I tried to upgrade with SP2, it imported 188000 units (I know, very large tm from very big client) out of the 210 000 units it contains.
The import stopped and I got a very cryptic error message "Echec de l'assertion : Abandonner = Quitter, Réessayer = Déboguer, Ingorer..."
The message starts with "at PlaceableComputer.ComputeTagAlignments(Segment srcSegment, Segment trgSegment)

Studio creates a .sdltm file for the TM containing only the units it managed to import. But I need to use the latest version of the tm.

I thought the problem might come from the tm (corrupted?), and therefore repeated the operation with an older version of the tm from a few weeks ago, that I tried to upgrade. Same problem...

I upgraded the Java version installed on my machine to the latest one, thinking this might be the problem, as the error message looked like some java problem. I still have my problem, and cannot upgrade the tm properly.L

I am at a loss now. Can somebody help me? Thank you!!!


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