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From the within 10Meter log
CTRL-S will get you to the Setup page, or go to “Settings>Setup” from the top menu
N3FJPSoftwareUsers@groups.io <N3FJPSoftwareUsers@groups.io> On Behalf Of
Monday, December 13, 2021 1:40 PMTo:
Re: [N3FJPSoftwareUsers] Can't upload 10 meter log to server. Error
Just open the 10Meter contest program, all the contact are still there right ??
The only part you really need to do is this part :
Then, Fill out the form that appears :
After clicking the Write Cabrillo Summary file, remember where it is writing this file, that is the one you upload to the web page. (it should be N1UO.log)
On the web page it is OK to pick WMA, the robot will filter that to just MA for scoring.
OK, Kevin. Yes, I did use the 10 meter contest program created by N3FJP. I do not recall filling in the setup page as you did.
Is there a way I can redo that and then upload my QSOs to the program again so I need not enter each and every QSO?
From: Kevin Gray <n9vpv@...>
Sent: Mon, Dec 13, 2021 2:08 pm
Subject: Re: [N3FJPSoftwareUsers] Can't upload 10 meter log to server. Error
Your Cabrillo file is not correct. It is showing a serial number (001, 002, 003) for the sent exchange, where it should say MA
Check your Cabrillo file with a text editor. It should look like the picture above.
In your original post, you said you used AC log, I assume you didn’t and you actually used the 10M contest.
In the Setup (CTRL-S) you do have MA, Correct ?
And when you write the Cabrillo file,
make sure you picked the correct contest
It looks like you sent a serial number, not MA as your exchange.
Larry / W1DYJ
On 12/13/2021 13:14, Christopher Scibelli via groups.io wrote:
I've been in the ARRL 10 meter contest for decades using AC Log. I've never had this problem submitting my log. Last night I finished the contest and completed a Cabrillo file. Today I uploaded it to the website given on WA7BNM's contest website. After uploading I got an error that EVERY single QSO I uploaded was an error.
I think this has to do with the way Massachusetts is broken up on the ARRL's contest upload page. I am in Western Mass. but during the contest, we don't differentiate between Western and Eastern Mass. We just give our report as 59 or 599 MA. Not 59 Western MA or Eastern MA. At least that's how every station I worked in Massachusetts replied to me when I worked stations in my home state. However, when I upload my Cabrillo file to the ARRL's 10-meter page it is asking me whether I am in Eastern or Western Mass. I enter Western Mass. because that is where I'm located, and I think that's what's causing the error but I have no choice but to enter Western Mass.
However, upon submittal, I am receiving an error for every single QSO. Here is a copy of my basic info and the first few QSOs that came back from the ARRL's 10-meter upload page.
Single Operator Unlimited, Mixed Mode, High Power
Created from Number of operators question (Answer: Only one)
Created from Spotting assistance question (Answer: Yes)
Created from Highest power question (Answer: More than 150W)
ERROR-->Following QSO errors were found:
- Sent qth (001) for 161 of 161 QSOs doesn't match qth associated with location (WMA) selected on this web form.
- QSO: 28000 PH 2021-12-11 0044 NU1O 59 001 KC1XX 59 NH
sent exchange qth (001) not valid
- QSO: 28000 PH 2021-12-11 0046 NU1O 59 002 W1TJL 59 CT
sent exchange qth (002) not valid
- QSO: 28000 PH 2021-12-11 0047 NU1O 59 003 W1TRK 59 MA
sent exchange qth (003) not valid
- QSO: 28000 PH 2021-12-11 0048 NU1O 59 004 N1LZF 59 MA
sent exchange qth (004) not valid
What the hell am I doing wrong? I am sitting here with a broken ankle, I am in a lot of pain and my patience is at an all-time low. I usually can solve most problems on my own but in the condition, I am currently in, I'm just not my normal self. Can anybody offer help?