Migration from WB 5.5 to WB 6.5 (server version)
Thread poster: Johanne
Johanne
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Jan 19, 2005

Hello,
we are currently using WB 5.01.218 and have now purchased Trados 6.5 (TM power workbench), i.e. not the freelance one but the server one.
I am going to support a test run tomorrow and have been trying to find out how to migrate the data from our current WB database to the new one. I found a "HowTo" for MultiTerm 5.5 to MultiTerm iX in the Trados KnowledgeBase but nothing on WB. Does that mean that I can simply import my backup export? Does anyone know?
Any help or suggestions are appreciated
Thanks
Johanne


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Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
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Re-create TMs using export files Jan 19, 2005

Hi Johanne,
In theory, you should be able to use your existing .tmw files (plus associated index files), but it's better to re-create the databases under T6.5.

HTH, Ralf


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Thanks Jan 20, 2005

Thank you, I'll try that
Johanne


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