RTE while importing XLIFF: No open start element, when trying to write end element

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    Roman Serazhiev

    Hi Volker, 

    we have had similar errors with certain Translation ZIP files, but there had to be examined on an individual basis to determine the incorrect structure. One of such errors was related to some anchor links producing extra XML tags such as "end-code" and the "end-link-body".

    If you would like us to have a look at the file, please create a support ticket.

    Cheers,
    Roman.

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    Volker Weinreich

    Hi Roman,

    it seems to be the "end-link-body". But simply deleting it, hasn't solved the problem. Do you know, how to handle it?

    We are currently preparing for updating and renewing our licences. In that case, I'll open a ticket.

    Greetings,

    Volker

     

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    Volker Weinreich

    Okay, I have solved the problem. The XLIFF-export-import doesn' like "sup" in a link. It handles it like a link with an embedded image for the body (storage format "<ac:link-body>" and not "<ac:plain-text-link-body>" https://confluence.atlassian.com/doc/confluence-storage-format-790796544.html) That produces the tag "end-link-body" and some other tags like "end-sup". I replaced them by "plain-body" and could re-import the XLIFF. Of course you have to edit the text afterwards.

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    Roman Serazhiev

    Hi Volker,

    glad to hear you have solved the issue!

    Roman.

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