Export path rules
Export paths define a naming convention. Export path rules are crucial in the following situations:
|·||In complex multi-file projects where files are stored in different folders (often embedded into each other), and your customer expects you to put the target language code into every target file’s name.|
|·||When your customer wants you to simply use the same name but store the data in a different folder.|
|·||Your customer expects you to create a new folder under the original folder with the target language code.
An export path rule defines a conversion between the name and location of an import file (i.e. C:\memoQ localization\Export_path_rules.xml) and the desired name and location of the files you export after translation (e.g. C:\memoQ localization\Export_path_rules_fr.xml). When you have 500 files in a project, you will truly appreciate the power of this tool.