Why do I receive the error message No matching settings file found when analysing in Workbench?
Thread poster: Fredrik Pettersson

Fredrik Pettersson  Identity Verified
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Feb 8, 2015

I did a previous job for the same customer (only XML files), and then used Studio 2014. Now I must use Trados 2007 and have therefore first exported the TM from Studio, choosing the option Export Workbench-optimized TMX format for use in Trados 2007.

I then created a new TM in Trados 2007 and imported this TMX without problems. But then when I tried doing an analyse of these XML files in Trados 2007 I received this error message after having selected all the XML files:

No matching settings file found

The folder structure is this:

INI file
Folder 1
Folder 2
Folder 3
...

And then all the XML files are in Folder 1, Folder 2, Folder 3 etc. So the XML files are not in the same folder as the INI file. Is this the problem? Should I put all XML files together with the INI file?

It's been a while since I used Trados 2007, I don't remember exactly how to do with this INI file. Should I load it to tag settings first in Workbench (like I do in Studio 2014)? But I can't find the option for doing this in Trados 2007.


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Fredrik Pettersson  Identity Verified
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Solved it now Feb 8, 2015

I found out now, I need to add the INI file to Workbench as well, plus in TagEditor.

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