Hi, I'm trying to import data into a termbase with sublanguages (ES-ES>EN-US/EN-GB).
I uncheck the "Ignore sublanguages" checkbox, but the import fails with the error: "Does not conform to the target termbase definition. Reason: Source: <language type="ES" lang="ES-ES"></language>"
My termbase definition has 3 languages: English (United Kingdom), English (United States) and Spanish (Spain).
My import file has terms tagged either <language type="ES" lang="ES-ES" />, <language type="EN" lang="EN-US" /> or <language type="EN" lang="EN-GB" />. No entry has all three languages, they all have ES and either GB or US (is that the problem?).
If I leave the Ignore sublanguage box checked, the data imports but the sublanguages are not recognised (all EN are terms imported as EN-GB).
What am I doing wrong? Thank you!
Hi Stephen Waller
I tried to test this using the attached and it works perfectly.
So my guess is that there is a problem with your import file not matching the definition of your termbase. Can you share your termbase and the file you are trying to import?
Thank you for your reply, Paul. I'm sure you're right.
I get the same error when I try to import your data into my termbase (my testfile is pretty much identical to yours, except for ES-ES as source).
I'm attaching my empty termbase.
I see there's a difference in the structure: yours consists of Entry / Index / Term level, whereas mine has Entry / Language / Term level. I created the termbase in the Multiterm wizard, creating a definition from scratch.