Rick Murphy <k1mu@...>
On Fri, Dec 24, 2010 at 5:53 PM, Dave AA6YQ <email@example.com> wrote:
ARRL isn't creating the ADIF, the "Credit Importer" is. That's whereARRL information appears to be incorrect, call up the DXCC desk, and getOne approach you could take is to pick a representative QSO where the
questions should go.
For example, when you have QSOs in your DXCC record that were added
pre-computerization, there's no callsign, date, etc.
They'll show up on the LoTW site as just an entity number. For
example, my DXCC-M (mixed) for Andorra shows "400" rather than a
If I click on that link, here's what it displays:
DXCC ANDORRA (203)
The date is clearly bogus (as it's prior to me being born!).
Since this is DXCC mixed, ARRL doesn't have a mode or a band listed.
Clearly, this can't match my log.
I tried to run the importer to look at the resulting ADIF to see how
these are represented, but it nicely processes the ARRL data and tells
me "0 credits found" and doesn't write an ADIF file.
I'm able to browse the records on the LoTW site OK, so this doesn't
appear to be any problem at LoTW.
Rick Murphy, CISSP-ISSAP, K1MU/4, Annandale VA USA