Equivalent to Idiom's SQL queries in Studio 2011/2014
Thread poster: Jean-Christophe Duc

Jean-Christophe Duc  Identity Verified
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Feb 12, 2015

Is there any equivalent to the SQL queries used in Idiom to extract segments based on a number of criteria in SDL Studio (2011 or 2014) ?
For instance all segments that have blabla in the source and not in the target, and/or more complex.


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No... Feb 12, 2015

... the closest you'll get to that is the SDLXLIFF Toolkit from the OpenExchange. Doesn't use SQL but it does allow you to get at information in a way not mormaly possible.

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Paul


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Shame... Feb 12, 2015

...is SDLXLIFF Toolkit from the OpenExchange usable with Studio 2011 at a reasonable price?

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Nope... Feb 12, 2015

... it's free with Studio 2014 but not avaiable for Studio 2011 at all.

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Paul


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