Importing xml to MultiTerm 7
Thread poster: Stanislav Pokorny

Stanislav Pokorny  Identity Verified
Czech Republic
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Nov 21, 2005

Hi everyone,
I´ve created an .xml file from a .xls glossary and now I´m trying to import it to my Termbase. Unfortunately, MultiTerm 7 always crashes due to Runtime error when about 95% of the import process is completed. Can anyone help?


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Paul Malone  Identity Verified
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Check the index field names Nov 21, 2005

I think I had a similar problem. Maybe you should check that the names at the head of each column in the .xls file are exactly identical to the names of the 'index fields' in the termbase you are going to use. If not, I believe this may cause the program to crash. Hope this is helpful. Good luck!

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