How to recreate a fuzzy index in MultiTerm 7
Thread poster: Ivaylo Ivanov

Ivaylo Ivanov  Identity Verified
Luxembourg
Member (2005)
English to Bulgarian
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Apr 6, 2007

Greetings,

I use SDL MultiTerm 7.1.0.361 as a stand-alone product. I opened an
old termbase but when I try to do a fuzzy search, the following error
appears:

Error searching termbase XXX: Fuzzy index does not exist. Could not
execute fuzzy search operation..

Apparantly, my fuzzy index has disapeared in time.

Do you know how can I recreate it?

Thank you!


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Ralf Lemster  Identity Verified
Germany
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English to German
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Reorganise termbase Apr 7, 2007

Hi ivaylo,
Use the Termbase - Reorganise termbase command.

HTH, Ralf


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