Analyse pxf file
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Hasan Bayındır  Identity Verified
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Nov 5, 2009

Hi, I use transit XV sp 25. I get from my client many pxf projects wich ı have translated. after 15 projects ı generate referans in transit and I get more projects in pxf format. Can ı analyse the new projects with my reference material, like trados's workbench??

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starspain
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Yes, you can reimport files without the originals Nov 6, 2009

In Transit, you can leverage files using your own reference material, even if you do not have the original files. To do so, you have to reimport the files using certain import options. In the import dialogue, you have to check the option "Rebuild target language files for selected languages" Make sure you deselect "Rebuild source language files" if you do not want the source language files to be rebuilt (you wouldn't normally want that). It is also recommended to switch the parameter UseOldDstFileForRef=0 in the project definition file of the corresponding project to 1, ie UseOldDstFileForRef=1, to make sure the already translated segments will not be touched by the reimport. The *.prj can be found in one of the \transit\config folder, depending on the scope the project was saved with.

Hope that helps,
Michael


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I think ı couldn't explain my problem exactly :) Nov 6, 2009

I have generated my own reference in transit. Now ı will use this referance material for future projects. In trados you can analyse the source file with your TM and you get the analyse of the repetations and no matches in the source file. I want to do this in transit too. So ı have now a pxf file and ı want to analyse it with my reference

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starspain
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Analyse PXF file Nov 7, 2009

You explained yourself correctly, and the solution I proposed is valid. You first have to receive the PXF. Once you have done that, you add your reference material to the project definition of the received project, change the "UseOldDstFileForRef=" parameter to 1 in the *.prj file and reimport with the options I explained in the previous mail. Transit will then use your reference material and present you with the corresponding statistics.


Dillmac wrote:

I have generated my own reference in transit. Now ı will use this referance material for future projects. In trados you can analyse the source file with your TM and you get the analyse of the repetations and no matches in the source file. I want to do this in transit too. So ı have now a pxf file and ı want to analyse it with my reference

[Değişiklik saati 2009-11-06 11:53 GMT]

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