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Thanks for the reply (and thanks to AA6YQ as well). Yes, I do
have contacts in the N1MM+ log that did not originate in WSJT-X.
For now I am just going to cobble together by hand a Cabrillo log
for submission. It's a bit messy, but I have three Cabrillo logs
that contain all the QSOs that were made (less some that might
have gotten lost in the crash, with plenty of duplication too):
N1MM+ Cabrillo log, WSJT-X #1 Cabrillo log (from the "Contest
Log"), WSJT-X #2 Cabrillo log (from its separate "Contest Log").
I'll have to do a bit of interleaving to get everything in correct
time order, but that's just a matter of careful copying and
pasting. The header from the N1MM+ Cabrillo log is largely
correct. Later I'll do the additional work to get all those QSOs
into DXKeeper. I really don't need to get everything stuffed back
73, Walt, AJ6T
On 9/21/2019 8:16 PM, Dave Fugleberg
do you have any contacts in that N1MM+ log that
didn't not originate in WSJT-X?
If not, it's probably easier to just create a new
log in N1MM+ and import the ADIF files from both instances of
WSJT-X into it. Export your SSB contest contacts from DXKeeper
and import them to that N1MM log too. Generate the Cabrillo file
from there, and it will be formatted correctly.
Then export one ADIF from N1MM, and import it to
DXKeeper with duplicate checking enabled.
That should get everything in sync.
73 de W0ZF
On Sat, Sep 21, 2019 at 6:22
PM Walter Miller, AJ6T <aj6t@...
weekend's September VHF contest I attempted to run SO2R with
instances of WSJT-X controlled by N1MM+ per the setup
the N1MM+ documentation. That ran OK for a short while
before N1MM+ and
the two instances of WSJT-X stopped communicating and
Up to that point, five separate logs came into play (N1MM+
log and an
ADIF and "Contest" log from each of the two WSJT-X
instances). At that
point I abandoned the N1MM+ and WSJT-X slaved operation and
my original standalone setup in order to at least get an
in DXKeeper. My standalone setup does not make use of N1MM+
at all. It
just uses two instances of WSJT-X (one for 6m and the other
with two instances of JTAlertX feeding the contest QSOs into
QSos were put manually into DXK. Now I need to assemble a
Cabrillo log to submit my contest results. Here's my plan
to do that,
but I'd like some advice first before I go astray:
1. Start with a DXK backup (of course)
2. Export the runt N1MM+ log in ADIF format for import into
3. Slice out the relevant portions of each WSJT-X ADIF log
4. Have DXK generate the Cabrillo file (after I tag each of
QSOs with a CONTEST ID).
Do I need any sort of special ADIF header for the carved-out
from the WSJT-X logs (I notice that the N1MM+ ADIF header
Contest Name)? Or can I just get by with a null header,
<EOH> and <EOR>?
Step 5 might be to import a DXK ADIF back into N1MM+ to have
it do dupe
checking and scoring, but that is a question for the N1MM+
73, Walt, AJ6T