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I am trying to create a new database in Multiterm, but I am expering the same error over and over again at the end of the process. I have tried to create it from scratch or to use an existing database as model (as I usually do), but the message persists.
When I try to open the database, I get this error message
I have used the "repair" procedure from Control Panel, but to no avail.
Anybody could help please?
Hello Francesca Zanette ,
It would be helpful if you can confirm which Studio version you are using.
Also please update both Studio and MultiTerm to the latest stand (Help- Check for Updates) and post the actual version numbers here on the thread.
Next- close both Studio and MultiTerm- ensure you are logged on as ADMIN and not as USER on the PC and then right-click the applications to start and 'Run as Administrator'.
Do the problems persist?
I am using Studio2019 220.127.116.11482. I guess this is the latest version as I do not see notifications to update.
I have opened Multiterm as Administrator and tried again to create a glossary but had same error "Object reference not set to an instance of an object"
I can however now open the newly created database. I will try to popouate it and see what happens.
This is a new messagge appearing
This is very bizarre, it is as if Multiterm was not recognizing me anylonger.
I have restarted my PC.
I have started Multiterm as Administrator with the right click (although I have never done this before, as it was not required) but when I try to modify a database structure I cannot see the tree in the Termbase Management window. Any idea what am I doing wrong?
Could you please help, as I am really in need to use it.
Hi Francesca Zanette,
It's a rather old version of Trados Studio. Please update it, and check also MultiTerm and check if the errors still persist…
They should be:
⯈ SDL Trados Studio 2019 SR2 - 18.104.22.16807⯈ SDL MultiTerm 2019 - 15.0.56482
I have done all updates, and Multiterm is indeed 22.214.171.124482.
Also Trados Studio is up to date to 126.96.36.19907