Use the original export package (before translation) and the WSXZ Studio Return package or the SDLXLIFF file(s) inside the Return package that caused the error. Once you have the needed files/packages, follow these steps:
1- Rename the Return package to *.zip
and extract to to access the problematic SDLXLIFF file
2- Open the original WSXZ Studio package exported before translation in SDL Trados Studio.
3- In case you receive an alert about Dependency File
when opening the package, download the source file, click Yes
and browse to the source file. See also article 000001292 - Task Upload Error - Dependency file not found
4- Now go to Batch Tasks
and select Apply Perfect Match
5- Click Next
6- Select the option Use the original translation original and status
and click on Add/Matching Previous documen
t to add the SDLXLIFF file from the translator's Return package (see #1) by browsing to it and selecting it. Click Next
7- Click Finish
8- Now your bilingual file has been translated based on the SDLXLIFF file from the translator, keeping the same segment status.IMPORTANT
: in Studio, do a File/Save target as..
. to make sure that a target file can be created correctly in SDL Trados Studio. IIt is important that the target file is created successfully in SDL Trados Studio.
9- Create a Return package
with the fixed and translated file and import the package into WorldServer.
10- The import should be successful.
If the Task is in Autoerror at the Save
step in WorldServer, complete the Autoerror.
A video is available in the SDL Trados YouTube channel:Working with PerfectMatch 2.0