Importing adi file from log4OM only imports a few Q's

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k5rhd
Importing adi file from log4OM only imports a few Q's

Heloo,

New to Linux, new to CQRLOG. I backed up my log in adif (adI) format and can only get about 200 QSO's imported. I have over 8900 Q's in the log. I can provide my log if you like.
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K5RHD
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ok7an
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Re: Importing adi file from log4OM only imports a few Q's

Hi Randy,

could you send me your log to petr@ok7an.com, please? Thank you!

73 Petr

pe2k
Log import

Same here. I have 110.000 QSO's only 47000 gets into the dbase of the programme.

73, Adriaan PE2K

ok7an
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Re: Log import

Hi Adriaan,

could you send me adif to petr@ok7an.com, please? Thanks!

73 Petr

ok7an
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Re: Log import

I got the file, thanks! I write the answer here, because it could be helpful also for others.

When CQRLOG impors ADIF file, it always creates with description why QSO could not be imported. Your ADIF has modes that CQRLOG does not know. You have to add them into Preferences -> Modes -> User defined digital modes
Modes are e.g.: DSTAR, DMR, PSK10, CONTESTIA, QPSK63, QPSK31, QPSK125, PKT
Other errors are in IOTA field because EU082 is not valid, it has to be EU-082 and a few in grid format.

If you import the file, fix errors from error file created in your home directory, you can import only the error file created by CQRLOG. It's also ADIF, so you can fix the errors, import error file, if any other error appears, CQRLOG will create new error file with description, you can fix it and import the error file again. It's much faster than import the large ADIF again and again.

pe2k
Re: Log import

DSTAR, PSK, CONTESTIA, QPSK63, QPSK31, QPSK125, PKT are in the ADIF 3.0 format as modes. So that must be working in CQR if it use that last ADIF 3.0 version, like Lotw does. http://www.adif.org/306/ADIF_306.htm

Errors are in IOTA field because EU082 is not valid, it has to be EU-082 that must i change.