Studio 2019 sdlxliff file names do not mention source and target language codes
Thread poster: Isabelleke67

Isabelleke67
Belgium
Local time: 17:58
Feb 28, 2019

Hi

A colleague in our team pretranslates the documents to be translated by the team members in SDL Trados 2019. Since last week, the sdlxliff files that she forwards us no longer mention the source and target language codes in the filenames. Has anyone else experienced this? We think but we need to test this more thoroughly that the segments in such sdxliffs are not imported in the main translation memory (although the operation is successful). Anyway, is there a way of deliberately
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Hi

A colleague in our team pretranslates the documents to be translated by the team members in SDL Trados 2019. Since last week, the sdlxliff files that she forwards us no longer mention the source and target language codes in the filenames. Has anyone else experienced this? We think but we need to test this more thoroughly that the segments in such sdxliffs are not imported in the main translation memory (although the operation is successful). Anyway, is there a way of deliberately preventing the source and target language codes from appearing in the sdlxliff filenames?
Thanks in advance for any reaction.
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Stepan Konev  Identity Verified
Russian Federation
Local time: 18:58
English to Russian
Different workflow Mar 2, 2019

Hi there,
Most probably, this is caused by using different workflows. There are two of them: one is called 'Studio Project', and it never adds any language codes; another one is 'Single File Project' (a simplified workflow with some limitations, the one you invoke with the 'Translate Single Document' command), and it does add language codes when saving as sdlxliff.
I guess your workmate just used the 'Studio Project' mode. With this mode, it is much easier to handle multiple files wi
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Hi there,
Most probably, this is caused by using different workflows. There are two of them: one is called 'Studio Project', and it never adds any language codes; another one is 'Single File Project' (a simplified workflow with some limitations, the one you invoke with the 'Translate Single Document' command), and it does add language codes when saving as sdlxliff.
I guess your workmate just used the 'Studio Project' mode. With this mode, it is much easier to handle multiple files within a project.
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