Difference between revisions of "XLIFF Splitter Step"
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Splits a single XLIFF document into multiple documents, split on the
<file> element. All other content (outside the
<file> element) is copied as-is to each split document.
Takes: Raw document. Sends: Raw document.
The received event is unaltered. The step outputs multiple, numbered XLIFF documents in the output path. An XLIFF document with only one
<file> element is written out unaltered.
To put back together files that have been split up with this step use the XLIFF Joiner Step.
Process large files — Set the option to use a stream-based parser to process the files. This allows you process very large XLIFF input document (e.g. several hundreds of MB). When this option is not set, a DOM-based parser is used, which can process only files that fit into your machine's memory.
File marker — Enter the marker to add at the end of the names of the generated files, just before the counter.
Update the <iws:status> translation status — Update the
translation_status flags in the
<iws:status> elements of the new documents. This is an option specific to WorldServer XLIFF documents. This option also removes the attribute
Value for 'translation_type' — Enter the value to set in the
value for 'translate_status' — Enter the value to set in the
For now, when using the Process large files option, any XML parts between
<file> elements is ignored and not copied into the new files.