Does WorldServer create an extract of the TM when creating packages?
Thread poster: Hans Lenting

Hans Lenting  Identity Verified
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Dec 16, 2019

Does WorldServer automatically create an extract of the TM while creating packages, or is this something the PM configures manually?

I received a WSXZ with only a tiny TM embedded, that's why I'm asking.


 

Samuel Murray  Identity Verified
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@Hans Dec 16, 2019

Hans Lenting wrote:
Does WorldServer automatically create an extract of the TM while creating packages, or is this something the PM configures manually? I received a WSXZ with only a tiny TM embedded, that's why I'm asking.


I don't know, but I often receive Trados packages (both native and WorldServer) that contain a TM, and then the TM is either empty or contains just one or two short segments that are really not useful for the project (-: like the translation for "Yes" and "No". Do your WSXZ packages typically contain large TMs?


 

Hans Lenting  Identity Verified
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Member (2006)
German to Dutch
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@Samuel Dec 16, 2019

Samuel Murray wrote:

Do your WSXZ packages typically contain large TMs?


It's my first .


 


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