DXKeeper QSO Upload Issue


Jim Denneny
 

Issue is fixed.  Problem was I did not save tq6 certificate and create p12 backup when I received my new tq6 certificate.  Had I done that, I would have been prompted to create a passphrase.  The strange part is I used the new certificate a few times before receivibg te passphrase error message.

Thanks to all for your help - 73, Jim K7EG


Dave AA6YQ
 

+ AA6YQ comments below

TQSL start date is 2021-06-30. End date is 2024-06-29 I just now instructed TQSL to create a backup using "help/backuprestore. Never used that tool before Queried Groups. Found one called "QSLing Online". Joined yesterday. No answer to my "TQSL Paraphrase" question

+ That group is dead, Jim - the last time anyone posted there was 9 months ago.

None of these explains why DXK QSO uploading is asking for a "TQSL Paraphrase" What is that? Where would I find it? It is new to me.

+ DXKeeper directs TQSL to upload your QSOs to LoTW. TQSL is asking for a "passphrase" to unlock your Callsign Certificate, which you evidently protected with a password. Have you successfully submitted QSOs to LoTW since renewing your Callsign Certificate on 2021-06-30 ?

73,

Dave, AA6YQ


Jim Denneny
 

Dave - typo.   DXK upload is looking for a "TQS passphrase" not "paraphrase".  I never recorded a "passphrase" when I received new certificate in June.

Jim K7EG


Jim Denneny
 

On Mon, Jul 12, 2021 at 10:28 AM, Dave AA6YQ wrote:
https://lotw.arrl.org/lotw-help/backuprestore/
Dave

TQSL start date is 2021-06-30.  End date is 2024-06-29
I just now instructed TQSL to create a backup using "help/backuprestore.  Never used that tool before
Queried Groups.  Found one called "QSLing Online".  Joined yesterday. No answer to my "TQSL Paraphrase" question

None of these explains why DXK QSO uploading is asking for a "TQSL Paraphrase"  What is that?  Where would I find it?  It is new to me.

Jim K7EG


Dave AA6YQ
 

+ AA6YQ comments below
Suddenly, yesterday, I am unable to upload requested QSO.s to LOTW via DXK QSL tab.  I have a valid TQSL tq6 certificate.  Starting yesterday when attempting to upload requested QSO's, I get a request to upload my "TQSL Paraphrase". I have no idea what this is and have no recollection of creating it.  I am also embarrased to say I cannot find p12 key.

+ Did you ever direct TQSL to create a backup, as described here?

https://lotw.arrl.org/lotw-help/backuprestore/


+ Please start TQSL, select its Main window's "Callsign Certificates" tab, click on the entry for your Callsign Certificate, and display its properties. What expiration date is shown in the small "Callsign Certificate Properties" window that appears?

I have queried "Online QSL" Group without a response.  

+ To what "Online QSL" Group are you referring?

      73,

              Dave, AA6YQ


Joe Subich, W4TV
 

I am hoping someone in this group can help.with this "Paraphrase"
issue.
tQSL "passphrase" is the old password for your certificate.

See: <http://www.dxlabsuite.com/dxlabwiki/LotWRemovePassword> in the
DxLab Wiki.

This information has been around for about as long as LotW <G>.

73,

... Joe, W4TV


On 2021-07-12 9:50 AM, Jim Denneny wrote:
Suddenly, yesterday, I am unable to upload requested QSO.s to LOTW via DXK QSL tab.  I have a valid TQSL tq6 certificate.  Starting yesterday when attempting to upload requested QSO's, I get a request to upload my "TQSL Paraphrase". I have no idea what this is and have no recollection of creating it.  I am also embarrased to say I cannot find p12 key.
I have queried "Online QSL" Group without a response.  I am hoping someone in this group can help.with this "Paraphrase" issue.
Jim K7EG


Jim Denneny
 

Suddenly, yesterday, I am unable to upload requested QSO.s to LOTW via DXK QSL tab.  I have a valid TQSL tq6 certificate.  Starting yesterday when attempting to upload requested QSO's, I get a request to upload my "TQSL Paraphrase". I have no idea what this is and have no recollection of creating it.  I am also embarrased to say I cannot find p12 key.

I have queried "Online QSL" Group without a response.  I am hoping someone in this group can help.with this "Paraphrase" issue.

Jim K7EG