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Re: ?How to undo a mistake in "modifying QSOs en masse"?

Dave AA6YQ
 

+ AA6YQ comments below

OK, I figured out how to do this with some fancy footwork using the log's backup. But it sill would be handy to know how to undo that operation.

+ The "Modify QSOs" panel's documentation clearly indicates how to be able to undo that operation:

https://www.dxlabsuite.com/dxkeeper/Help/ModifyLog.htm

https://www.dxlabsuite.com/dxlabwiki/QSOModifying

73,

Dave, AA6YQ


Re: ?How to undo a mistake in "modifying QSOs en masse"?

devnull8it
 

OK, I figured out how to do this with some fancy footwork using the log's backup.  But it sill would be handy to know how to undo that operation.  Sorry for the panic call, but you can easily imaging how one would feel if the log were totally borked. 73, Mike W2IY


Re: ?How to undo a mistake in "modifying QSOs en masse"?

devnull8it
 

Yes, except that there are multiple myQTHIDs in that earlier range so I need to find a way to undo the operation :(


FW: [DXLab] ?How to undo a mistake in "modifying QSOs en masse"?

Dave AA6YQ
 

+ AA6YQ comments below

I needed to change the myQTHID for all QSOs after a certain date. So I used the Advanced filtering, set the date range, but forgot to press "Filter". So now all QSOs in the log have their myQTHID changed, not just the ones in the desired date range. How do I undo this? The Undo button is always grayed out. Any help appreciated.

+ Assuming that you followed step 1 in

https://www.dxlabsuite.com/dxlabwiki/QSOModifying

+ restore the log backup you created in that step, as described here:

https://www.dxlabsuite.com/dxkeeper/Help/BackupRecovery.htm#Recovering%20your%20Log%20file%20from%20a%20backup

73,

Dave, AA6YQ


Re: ?How to undo a mistake in "modifying QSOs en masse"?

D. Scott MacKenzie
 

You can filter all of them before the certain date, and set the old MYQTHID….

 

From: DXLab@groups.io <DXLab@groups.io> On Behalf Of devnull8it via groups.io
Sent: Friday, January 21, 2022 9:40 PM
To: DXLab@groups.io
Subject: [DXLab] ?How to undo a mistake in "modifying QSOs en masse"?

 

I needed to change the myQTHID for all QSOs after a certain date. So I used the Advanced filtering, set the date range, but forgot to press "Filter". So now all QSOs in the log have their myQTHID changed, not just the ones in the desired date range. How do I undo this? The Undo button is always grayed out. Any help appreciated.
73, Mike W2IY


?How to undo a mistake in "modifying QSOs en masse"?

devnull8it
 

I needed to change the myQTHID for all QSOs after a certain date. So I used the Advanced filtering, set the date range, but forgot to press "Filter". So now all QSOs in the log have their myQTHID changed, not just the ones in the desired date range. How do I undo this? The Undo button is always grayed out. Any help appreciated.
73, Mike W2IY


Re: Spot Collector Monitor

Dave AA6YQ
 

+ AA6YQ comments below
I retrieved and imported DXK & SC onto my office pc for monitoring.  I found an mdb file
+ All databases used by DXLab applications are stored in files with the suffix .mdb

+ On your radio room computer, your log file is the one whose pathname is specified in the "Log file" panel at the top of the Log tab DXKeeper's Configuration window.

but DXK wants to import an adi file.  How do I get the mdb file into DXK?
+ Copy your log file from your radio room computer to the Databases file in DXKeeper's folder on your office computer. On your office computer computer,

1. start DXKeeper

2, select the Configuration window's Log tab

3. click the "Log file" panel's Select button,

4. use the file selection window to navigate to DXKeeper's Databases folder, and select the log file you just copied from, your radio room computer

       73,

               Dave, AA6YQ


Re: Commander 15.3.0 is available

Dave AA6YQ
 

Hi dave after up grading to the latest version of commander

I have a problem



My config Is

Icom 756pro3

microham router

microband decoder

windows 10 pro i7



up to the upgrade all was fine very fast switching when I tune the dial or change band now very sluggish and take 30 seconds to
update

and wsjtx and jtdx will not connect



any thoughts I did roll back but now the error stays even on the previous version.

Here is the error log

+ As a first step, update your anti-malware and firewall to consider Commander 15.3.0 to be "safe".

73,

Dave, AA6YQ


Re: Commander 15.3.0 is available

vk3fz
 

Hi dave after up grading to the latest version of commander

I have a problem

 

My config Is

Icom 756pro3

microham router

microband decoder

windows 10 pro i7

 

up to the upgrade all was fine very fast switching when I tune the dial or change band now very sluggish and take 30 seconds to update

and wsjtx and jtdx will not connect

 

any thoughts I did roll back but now the error stays even on the previous version.

Here is the error log

 

022-01-21 23:02:23     > CI-V Commander version 15.3.0

2022-01-21 23:02:23     > App.Path          : C:\DXLab\Commander

2022-01-21 23:02:23     > App.exe           : CI-V Commander

2022-01-21 23:02:23     > Module            : C:\DXLab\Commander\CI-V Commander.exe

2022-01-21 23:02:23     > Operating System  : Windows 10 Enterprise (64-bit) build 22000

2022-01-21 23:02:23     > Locale ID         : 3081 (0xC09)

2022-01-21 23:02:23     > ANSI CodePage     : 1252

2022-01-21 23:02:23     > OEM CodePage      : 850

2022-01-21 23:02:23     > Country           : Australia

2022-01-21 23:02:23     > Language          : English

2022-01-21 23:02:23     > DecimalSeparator  : .

2022-01-21 23:02:23     > ThousandSeparator : ,

2022-01-21 23:02:23     > DXLab Apps        :

2022-01-21 23:02:42     > Monitors          : 3

2022-01-21 23:02:42     > Monitor 1

2022-01-21 23:02:42     >    width          : 1680

2022-01-21 23:02:42     >    height         : 1050

2022-01-21 23:02:42     >    dimensions     : (0, 0)-(1680, 1050)

2022-01-21 23:02:42     > Monitor 2

2022-01-21 23:02:42     >    width          : 1680

2022-01-21 23:02:42     >    height         : 1050

2022-01-21 23:02:42     >    dimensions     : (-3600, -96)-(-1920, 954)

2022-01-21 23:02:42     > Monitor 3

2022-01-21 23:02:42     >    width          : 1920

2022-01-21 23:02:42     >    height         : 1080

2022-01-21 23:02:42     >    dimensions     : (-1920, -151)-(0, 929)

2022-01-21 23:02:42.139 > Receive buffer overflow

                                                  

2022-01-21 23:17:44     > CI-V Commander version 15.3.0

2022-01-21 23:17:44     > App.Path          : C:\DXLab\Commander

2022-01-21 23:17:44     > App.exe           : CI-V Commander

2022-01-21 23:17:44     > Module            : C:\DXLab\Commander\CI-V Commander.exe

2022-01-21 23:17:44     > Operating System  : Windows 10 Enterprise (64-bit) build 22000

2022-01-21 23:17:44     > Locale ID         : 3081 (0xC09)

2022-01-21 23:17:44     > ANSI CodePage     : 1252

2022-01-21 23:17:44     > OEM CodePage      : 850

2022-01-21 23:17:44     > Country           : Australia

2022-01-21 23:17:44     > Language          : English

2022-01-21 23:17:44     > DecimalSeparator  : .

2022-01-21 23:17:44     > ThousandSeparator : ,

2022-01-21 23:17:44     > DXLab Apps        :

2022-01-21 23:17:59     > Monitors          : 3

2022-01-21 23:17:59     > Monitor 1

2022-01-21 23:17:59     >    width          : 1680

2022-01-21 23:17:59     >    height         : 1050

2022-01-21 23:17:59     >    dimensions     : (0, 0)-(1680, 1050)

2022-01-21 23:17:59     > Monitor 2

2022-01-21 23:17:59     >    width          : 1680

2022-01-21 23:17:59     >    height         : 1050

2022-01-21 23:17:59     >    dimensions     : (-3600, -96)-(-1920, 954)

2022-01-21 23:17:59     > Monitor 3

2022-01-21 23:17:59     >    width          : 1920

2022-01-21 23:17:59     >    height         : 1080

2022-01-21 23:17:59     >    dimensions     : (-1920, -151)-(0, 929)

2022-01-21 23:17:59.184 > Receive buffer overflow

2022-01-21 23:18:03.208 > Receive buffer overflow

2022-01-21 23:18:12.675 > Receive buffer overflow

2022-01-21 23:18:22.330 > Receive buffer overflow

2022-01-21 23:18:59.650 > Receive buffer overflow

2022-01-21 23:19:19.144 > Receive buffer overflow

2022-01-21 23:20:03.857 > Receive buffer overflow

2022-01-21 23:23:25.362 > Receive buffer overflow

2022-01-21 23:23:38.105 > Receive buffer overflow

2022-01-21 23:25:26.891 > Common.Terminate: CI-V Commander shutdown

2022-01-21 23:25:28.250 > program error -2147418105 in module CIVModule.SendCommand, theCommand = þþnàUw'P ý, RadioSupplier = I, State = 17: Automation error

The callee (server [not server application]) is not available and disappeared; all connections are invalid. The call may have executed.

2022-01-21 23:25:28.263 > program error 13 in module CIVModule.ExecuteSetFreqCmd: Type mismatch

 

 

Many thanks

 

Roger vk3fz


Re: Spot Collector Monitor

Jim Denneny
 

I retrieved and imported DXK & SC onto my office pc for monitoring.  I found an mdb file but DXK wants to import an adi file.  How do I get the mdb file into DXK?

I am having issues networking my 4 pc's but, that is another story

Jim K7EG


Re: Request for help: SQL Expression to find K1FOC 2021 QSO's in W1EBM log

Dave AA6YQ
 

+ AA6YQ comments below

(STATION_CALLSIGN='K1FOC') AND (QSO_ Begin >#2021-01-01 00:00#)

+ Remove the space between the _ and the word Begin



#2) In TQSL, I confirmed I had added "Home Station (K1FOC)" as an

Added Location.

+ This has nothing to do with filtering the Log Page Display.


#4) In the new window, selected the LoTW tab. In the TQSL area @

bottom, I changed the "Station Location" to "Home Station (K1FOC)"

and changed the "Station Call Sign" to K1FOC.

+ This has nothing to do with filtering the Log Page Display.

73,

Dave, AA6YQ


Re: Request for help: SQL Expression to find K1FOC 2021 QSO's in W1EBM log

John Etling
 

CHECK -- "Home  Station (K1FOC)”

 

You have 2 spaces between Home and Station.

 

Just a quick look see… that caught my attention.

 

 

73 de K3JAE

JOHN A. ETLING

 

Email: k3jae@...

Benton County, TN ARES EC

AF MARS: AFA4WO

 

 

 

 

From: DXLab@groups.io <DXLab@groups.io> On Behalf Of Gary Smetana
Sent: Friday, January 21, 2022 11:37 AM
To: DXLab <dxlab@groups.io>
Subject: [DXLab] Request for help: SQL Expression to find K1FOC 2021 QSO's in W1EBM log

 

Hi Dave & the Group,



Need some help.  Think my SQL's not quite right.

 

Here’s the steps I did :

  

#1)  Created (in ADV window, in Filter #1 at bottom:  an  SQL User-Defined Sort as:  

  

 (STATION_CALLSIGN='K1FOC')   AND  (QSO_ Begin >#2021-01-01 00:00#)





#2)  In TQSL, I confirmed  I had added "Home  Station (K1FOC)” as an  

       Added Location.

  

#3) In Main Window, clicked on QSL;   then clicked  “QSL Config.” 

  

#4) In the new window,  selected  the LoTW  tab.    In the TQSL area @  

      bottom, I changed the "Station Location”  to "Home Station (K1FOC)”    

      and changed the "Station Call Sign" to K1FOC. 

  

#5) Clicked on "Filter"



#6) Get Error Message:  "Invalid Filter Expression"



Got a bad character or a missing character...?



73,

Gary W1EBM

 

 

 

 

 


Request for help: SQL Expression to find K1FOC 2021 QSO's in W1EBM log

Gary Smetana
 

Hi Dave & the Group,


Need some help.  Think my SQL's not quite right.

 

Here’s the steps I did :

  

#1)  Created (in ADV window, in Filter #1 at bottom:  an  SQL User-Defined Sort as:  

  

 (STATION_CALLSIGN='K1FOC')   AND  (QSO_ Begin >#2021-01-01 00:00#)



#2)  In TQSL, I confirmed  I had added "Home  Station (K1FOC)” as an  

       Added Location.

  

#3) In Main Window, clicked on QSL;   then clicked  “QSL Config.” 

  

#4) In the new window,  selected  the LoTW  tab.    In the TQSL area @  

      bottom, I changed the "Station Location”  to "Home Station (K1FOC)”    

      and changed the "Station Call Sign" to K1FOC. 

  

#5) Clicked on "Filter"


#6) Get Error Message:  "Invalid Filter Expression"


Got a bad character or a missing character...?


73,

Gary W1EBM


 


 



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Commander 15.3.0 is available

Dave AA6YQ
 

If you are using Window Defender Antivirus (Windows 10), update it to its latest malware definition in

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/wdsi/definitions

before installing or upgrading to Commander 15.3.0


This release

- when controlling an Icom radio, switching between memories that specify the same data mode directs the radio to use the selected
memory's filter (tnx to Fred WB4QOC)

- when controlling an FT2000 and directed to change both frequency an mode, issue a mode change command if the frequency change
requires a band change (tnx to Tom W2EQ)

- when controlling an FT2000 and setting VFO B's frequency and mode, repeat the set frequency command after setting the mode (tnx to
Tom W2EQ)

- when controlling an FT2000 correctly implements the "Set Split" directive received from SpotCollector when the Spot Database Entry
for a station working split is double-clicked (tnx to Tom W2EQ)

- if dual-track is enabled when a "Set frequency and mode" directive is received, sets both VFOs to the specified frequency (tnx to
Floyd K8AC)

- provides dual-track support when the primary transceiver is a Flex Signature

- directs the Waterfall Bandmap version 1.0.0.36 or later to track the Bandspread window's range (tnx to Steve N2IC)

- removes Secondary CAT Port support for the FlexRadio PGXL amplifier

- enables the optional inclusion of <Antenna>, <AuxAntSelected>, and <AuxAntSelectedName> tags in RadioInfo messages sent to active
UDP connections (tnx to Larry K8UT and Steve N2IC)

- provides commands that can be included in user-defined command sequences to enable/disable the inclusion of <Antenna>,
<AuxAntSelected>, and <AuxAntSelectedName> tags in RadioInfo messages set to active UDP connections and to issue a RadioInfo message
to active UDP connections (tnx to Larry K8UT)

- provides a button that when clicked sends a RadioInfo message to active UDP connections

- updates the ChangingFrequency.htm, CommandSequences.htm, Configuration.htm, and NetworkService.htm documentation files


Notes

1. Update your firewall and anti-malware applications to consider this new version of Commander to be "safe"

- 0 of 66 antivirus scanners accessible via Virus Total detected malware <https://www.virustotal.com/gui/home/upload>

- 0 of 13 antivirus scanners accessible via Jotti detected malware <https://virusscan.jotti.org/>

- submitted for online analysis by Microsoft Windows Defender: no malware detected


2. If this upgrade doesn't work correctly, see the "After an Upgrade" section of
http://www.dxlabsuite.com/dxlabwiki/ApplicationStoppedWorking


3. After upgrading, to revert to the previous version of Commander, see
http://www.dxlabsuite.com/dxlabwiki/RevertApplicationVersion


4. Waterfall Bandmap version 1.0.0.36 is available via

www.dxlabsuite.com/commander/WB_1.0.0.36.zip


Commander 15.3.0 is available via the DXLab Launcher and via

http://www.dxlabsuite.com/download.htm

73,

Dave, AA6YQ


Re: Controlling winkeyer usb from commander?

Gary Slagel
 

thanks Dave


Re: User Define Control Yaesu FTdx101MP

Dave AA6YQ
 

+ AA6YQ comments below

> No, I haven't found it yet, I can't find it anywhere.

FTdx101MP/D CAT OPERATION REFERENCE MANUAL ... page 22. See TX#;

TX0; -> CAT TX OFF TX1; -> CAT TX ON

+ Rien, please reduce your FTDX101MP's RF output to "minimum", QSY to a clear frequency, and use the "Execute CAT Command" panel on Commander's Messages window to test the TX0; and TX1; commands to confirm that they work correctly.

+ If the two CAT commands work as expected, then insert the TX0; command into your sequence just before the command that sets the power level to 75 watts, and insert the TX1; command into your sequence just before the command that sets the power level to 5 watts.

73,

Dave, AA6YQ


Re: User Define Control Yaesu FTdx101MP

Joe Subich, W4TV
 

No, I haven't found it yet, I can't find it anywhere.
FTdx101MP/D CAT OPERATION REFERENCE MANUAL ... page 22. See TX#;

READ THE MANUAL

TX0; -> CAT TX OFF TX1; -> CAT TX ON


73,

... Joe, W4TV


On 2022-01-20 9:02 AM, Rien Aarden wrote:
On Wed, Jan 19, 2022 at 08:50 AM, Dave AA6YQ wrote:


Have you identified the CAT command that switches your transceiver from
receiving to transmitting
Hello Dave,
No, I haven't found it yet, I can't find it anywhere.
but with these steps I am already a lot further, maybe there is another FTdx101 owner with the same who knows where to find it.
Thank you in advance for the help,
Greeting
Rien, PA7RA


Re: User Define Control Yaesu FTdx101MP

Rien Aarden
 

On Wed, Jan 19, 2022 at 08:50 AM, Dave AA6YQ wrote:
Have you identified the CAT command that switches your transceiver from receiving to transmitting
Hello Dave,
 
No, I haven't found it yet, I can't find it anywhere.
but with these steps I am already a lot further, maybe there is another FTdx101 owner with the same who knows where to find it.
Thank you in advance for the help,
Greeting
Rien, PA7RA


Re: Spot Collector Monitor

Dave AA6YQ
 

+ AA6YQ comments below

Trying choice 2. Put DXKeeper .mdb file into Dropbox. Cannot see mdb file in Dropbox of target pc. I thought Dropbox mdb file was a "cloud" file accessible by my target pc Dropbox app.

+ Correct.

I am unable to see DXK mdb file on target pc Dropbox.

+ I suggest that you seek assistance from DropBox technical support.


While I am scratching my head, I will bring mdb file over with a usb stick.

I am trying to get help creating a local LAN. MS has not been able to fix LAN.

+ "It's always something!".

73,

Dave, AA6YQ

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