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I recently started using StudioViews to split files between translators or for the same translator to make small deliveries instead of one big delivery.
Full disclaimer, I am using Groupshare. I split the large file, add the XLIFF files back into the project and check them in so my translators can use the Groupshare platform and then I import the XLIFF files back into the large file.
This was working fine for small files.
But when I tried it with a 20,000 word file split into 2 files with 10,000 words each, the import process ran forever and never finished. (I left it running for over 3 hours)
I just tried a 40,000 word file split into 6 files of around 6500 words each and the import process took about 10-15 minutes, but it finished successfully.
So is there an issue with trying to import files that are over a certain limit of words or size?
Lais Lewicki said:So is there an issue with trying to import files that are over a certain limit of words or size?
I cannot say that there is, but nor can I say that there isn't because I don't think we ever tested this with a file that large. Are you able to share the original SDLXLIFF from your GS project that we can test with just in case it's not the size but something else in the file? If this is possible you can send the file to email@example.com
I can't send you the XLIFF file due to a confidentiality agreement.Though I can tell you that, in the same project, I also had a 40,000 word file split into 4 parts with 10,000 words each and that one also failed to complete the import processSo I created a new project, used the same 40,000 word file, split it into 6 parts this time, with around 6500 words each and that one worked.
ok - then we'll mock up some large files at some point and see if we can break it.