Samuel Murray Netherlands Local time: 21:43 Member (2006) English to Afrikaans + ...
Oct 29, 2014
Using Trados 2011 on Windows 7.
I started getting this error message after I started fixing some errors . So I suppose that I broke a tag somewhere. But the error message does not tell me which tag, or in which segment the tag is. I also saved the error as an .sdlerror.xml file, but that file doesn't tell me where the superfluous key is either.
Do you know of a utility that I can use to process the SDLXLIFF file, that will tell me which key isn't in the dictionary?
Then, when I try to use any of the batch processing tasks on the file, I get the message "Attempted to read or write protected memory. This is often an indication that other memory is corrupt." A reboot didn't solve this. As it is, my SDLXLIFF file (which is about 10 000 words long) is now useless. I can't generate target files or anything with it. The .sdlerror.xml file isn't helpful either.
I wonder if I will stop getting the memory error once I fix the missing key error...
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