TM - determine source file of the translation?
Thread poster: SMarzouk

SMarzouk
Germany
Local time: 05:21
German to Arabic
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Nov 19, 2015

Hello, I have built in Trados 2011 a TM out of different XLIFF files (let say xliff file A, B and C). if I am searching for example for the translation of the word "data" in this TM and I get more than one match, is it possible to know, from which XLIFF file exactly was each match found?

Thanks a lot for your helpicon_smile.gif


 

Walter Blaser  Identity Verified
Switzerland
Local time: 05:21
French to German
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Only if you set up a field with this information Nov 19, 2015

By default, a TU (translation unit) only stores the name of the user and the timestamp when the TU has been created (same for modified and last accessed). It does not store any more information.
But you can define as many user-specific fields as you want (in the Settings of the TM under "Fields and Settings"). So you could define a field that contains the name of the document you translate. You would however need to enter the document name into this field when you start a translation job.

You may also have a look at the OpenExchange app "Record Source TU". You'll find it here:
http://www.translationzone.com/openexchange/app/recordsourcetu-880.html#91378

Walter


 


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