Re: Help with SQL Expression for DXKeeper wanted
+ AA6YQ comments below
Joe, thanks for your help too. This made things even easier for me.
There was a file named "DXKeeper Filters" available back in 2013, which was assembled by K9UW. Is this still being updated or available?
I think there is still a lot to learn with the powerful SQL expressions.
+ The nice thing about SQL filters is that they are non-destructive, so you can experiment without fear of damaging your data.