Rossano Rossi wrote:
My system is Windows 10 (64-bit system with 8 GB RAM and Intel Core i3-3240 CPU [3.40 GHz]).
I am trying to convert a tmx file with 5268366 entries to Multiterm format.
However SDL MultiTerm 2015 Convert interrupts, after several minutes, the execution with an exception of type "SystemOutOfMemoryException".
I have extracted 10000 entries from the db (and reconstructed a tmx-compliant file) and the process was completed without errors (conversion to .mtf.xml, generation of .xdt and finally import into a Multiterm termbase).
Are there limits on the size (number of entries) of a tmx file that Multiterm Convert can convert?
Also, are there limits on number of entries a Multiterm sqlite db can contain?
What's the structure of the data in the TMX?
How big is the TMX?
How about splitting the big TMX into smaller chunks and trying them?
If there is no metadata, or you don't care if it gets mangled, Xbench will import the TMX, and you can export all the entries into e.g. .xlsx. Then open that and divide it into smaller pieces and try importing these.
[Edited at 2019-03-14 21:18 GMT]