Updating memory while reviewing in SDL 2011
Thread poster: Dan Ilioiu

Dan Ilioiu  Identity Verified
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Sep 22, 2014

As I am struggling with this reviewing job, I came across the following situation:

- I am reviewing a file (Open for Review) in which I confirmed some segments and modified other segments. For the modified ones I set the "Translation Rejected" status.
- I created an empty TM to be filled with the reviewed segments. Upon completing the review for each file, I use the "Update memory" batch task.
- It seems that the "Rejected" segments are not written in this memory. This would seem normal, taking into account their status, but they are revised segments that I want to have access to (for concordance) during the review of other files from the same project.

How am I supposed to proceed to achieve this?

Thank you.


 

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Tick the box... Sep 22, 2014

Hi,

When you update just make sure you check the right boxes:



By default rejected segments are not updated so you need to tick it.

Another way is to just import your sdlxliff into a TM.

Regards

Paul


 

Dan Ilioiu  Identity Verified
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. Sep 22, 2014

Thank you.

 


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