cannot import my adif files

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kg5dkg
cannot import my adif files

I am using the latest ubuntu. When I try to import my adif file from another logger, nothing happens. It says completed but nothing is transferred.

What do I need to do to fix this problem.

Thanks

Francis Farmer
kg5dkg

DL2KI
cannot import my adif files

Hi Francis,

same issue here.
https://www.cqrlog.com/comment/9239#comment-9239

73, Wolfgang
DL2KI

oh1kh
cannot import my adif files

Hi !

It would help to see contents of that kind of adif file. Without it it is diificult to say what goes wrong.

Non working file containing only few qsos would be enough. You can paste it to your message if you change selector "Text format" below message edit box from "Filtered HTML" to "Plain text" and then paste the adif file contents.

Then all > and < characters should show up ok in message.

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Saku
OH1KH

LB2EG
I have the same problem too,

I have the same problem too, using the latest 2.5.0 version, compiled locally.

Using the precompiled cqrlog binaries from cqrlog.com or OH1KH site on githup, the adif import works ok.

I am running cqrlog on Ubuntu 20.10.

73 de LB2EG Richard

oh1kh
cannot import my adif files

Gentlemen!

Please provide an adif file that can not be imported. You can send it to me via email. Address is in HamQth or QRZ.com

Yesterday I made tests with official 2.5.0 release (that was from download page "Complete application directory for other distributions:" cqrlog_2.5.0_amd64.tar.gz)
I did not notice any problems but I had only adif files from previous cqrlog, jtdx and wsjtx to try with.

Or is it so, that I'm thinking from Richards answer, that problem lays only in package installed 2.5.0. Not one that has taken from cqrlog_2.5.0_amd64.tar.gz or downloaded from my alpha test Github?

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Saku
OH1KH

n8vz
Problem importing ADIF file

I'm having the same problem -- ADIF file import reports a problem with every entry, says it's successful, but nothing is actually imported. I'll wait for a new stable release that corrects this issue. In the meantime, I'll use another linux logger. -- 73 de Carl N8VZ

oh1kh
Problem importing ADIF file

Hi!

You could go to https://github.com/OH1KH/cqrlog/tree/loc_testing/compiled

Read "Readme" to get full instructions, but shortly:

Close cqrlog if running
Dowload newupdate.zip
extract newupdate.zip to get file newupdate.sh
start newupdate.sh in command terminal
When it asks what to update select #1 (official version)
You can skip help files upload/install as you have them already

Start cqrlog and try adif import again.

Let us know if this works.

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Saku
OH1KH

DL2KI
cannot import my adif files

Hi Saku,

again the same, sorry.

If you read my post dated 01/19/2021 (https://www.cqrlog.com/comment/9239#comment-9239), it says.

"Hi Saku,
the import of the test.adi is not possible. See screenshot. The dialog shows "Complete!"; but no record is imported."

The file "test.adi" is your own, from the post before. You can therefore use it.

I use Kubuntu 20.10 here and use "cqrlog_2.5.0-1~groovy_amd64.deb" from the repository "https://launchpad.net/~ok2cqr/+archive/ubuntu/ppa/+packages". My hints refer therefore exactly only to this package!

If the problems are due to Lazarus version 2.10.0 the package "cqrlog_2.5.0-1~groovy_amd64.deb" might have been compiled with this Lazarus version. I can't verify that from here. But I believe that Petr has an interest in hints concerning the packages in his repository.

73, Wolfgang
DL2KI

oh1kh
cannot import my adif files

HI Wolfgang!

Yep Laz 2.0.10 (actually I think the new fpc3.20 ) may cause problems.

If you like you can download from my alpha test GitHub https://github.com/OH1KH/cqrlog/tree/loc_testing/compiled
only the zip cqr0.zip.

You do not have to run newupdate.sh just move your current /usr/bin/cqrlog to safe place and replace it from with cqrlog from cqr0.zip while testing.
It is compiled from Petr's latest source (without any alpha additions) with Laz2.0.8./fpc3.0.4 using linux Mint20 and it should be Ubuntu/Debian compatible.

Just if you want to compare how it works with adif (and umlaut).

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Saku
OH1KH

DL2KI
cannot import my adif files

Hi,

i have compiled cqrlog 2.5.0 myself in a LinuxMint20 VM. With this binary the german umlauts work as well as the adif import.
But this does not change the malfunction of the binary in the package from the cqrlog PPA.

Anyway, Petr now has a usable reference to work with.

73, Wolfgang
DL2KI

k8wdx
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Log import

My log imported on a fresh install of Mint 20 and the new CQRlog, exported from mint 19 and CQRlog 24, then imported into new system same PC, got 210 errors wrong band, I looked at the error adif and most were missing the band, I will email you the adif error in a bit.

Tom K8WDX

4x4fd
Log import

I am using ubuntu 20.10 on raspberry pi 4, worked before
I can not upload adif file which i have from Log4Om nor from cqrlog from earlier cqrlog app.

oh1kh
Log import

HI!

Too little information for comment.
You can not do it. Why?
I suppose you have some error messages, or missing qsos or what?

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Saku
OH1KH

ik0dwj
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cqrlog version 2.5.1-1 doesn't even import its own adi files

Cqrlog Ver:2.5.1 (001) Date:2021-01-24
**** DEBUG LEVEL 0 ****
**** CHANGE WITH --debug=1 PARAMETER ****

OS:
Linux version 5.10.0-3-amd64 (debian-kernel@lists.debian.org) (gcc-10 (Debian 10.2.1-6) 10.2.1 20210110, GNU ld (GNU Binutils for Debian) 2.35.1) #1 SMP Debian 5.10.12-1 (2021-01-30)
/usr/bin/mysqld
Import failed! TRegExpr exec: empty input string

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Giuseppe
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oh1kh
cqrlog version 2.5.1-1 doesn't even import its own adi files

HI Giuseppe!

I have warned that at GitHub https://github.com/ok2cqr/cqrlog/issues/323
It is because you have too new FPC (and Lazarus).

There is a bug in FPC regexp that does not allow empty input string. This is not cqrlog problem.
You have to either install Lazarus 2.0.8/fpc3.0.4. It works or another solution is to get latest development version from fpc trunc and compile and use that.
The bug has been fixed there, but there has not been official release after that.

Be aware that you may also have UTF-8 problems with your setup (laz 2.0.10/fpc)

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Saku
OH1KH

oh1kh
cqrlog version 2.5.1-1 doesn't even import its own adi files

HI Giuseppe!

I have warned that at GitHub https://github.com/ok2cqr/cqrlog/issues/323
It is because you have too new FPC (and Lazarus).

There is a bug in FPC regexp that does not allow empty input string. This is not cqrlog problem.
You have to either install Lazarus 2.0.8/fpc3.0.4. It works or another solution is to get latest development version from fpc trunc and compile and use that.
The bug has been fixed there, but there has not been official release after that.

Be aware that you may also have UTF-8 problems with your setup (laz 2.0.10/fpc)

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Saku
OH1KH

ik0dwj
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This is not cqrlog problem.

Hi Saku!

I am not using a version that I have compiled.
I am using the cqrlog version 2.5.1-1 .deb package which became available yesterday on debian sid.
The maintainer should be informed.

73

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Giuseppe
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ok2cqr
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Re: This is not cqrlog problem.

Hi Giuseppe,

I created a workaround to fix the problem. It will be part of new version of the cqrlog.

73 Petr, OK2CQR

ik0dwj
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cqrlog version 2.5.1-1 doesn't even import its own adi files

The contents of the first part of the log to be imported, the rest has been cut.

 

ADIF export from CQRLOG for Linux version 2.5.1 (001)
Copyright (C) 2021 by Petr, OK7AN and Martin, OK1RR

Internet: http://www.cqrlog.com

<ADIF_VER:5>3.1.0
<CREATED_TIMESTAMP:15>20210204 180903
<PROGRAMID:6>CQRLOG
<PROGRAMVERSION:11>2.5.1 (001)
<EOH>
<QSO_DATE:8>20210202<TIME_ON:4>2240<TIME_OFF:4>2240<STATION_CALLSIGN:6>IK0DWJ<CALL:8>FG/F5HRY<MODE:2>CW<FREQ:5>7.013<BAND:3>40M<RST_SENT:3>599<RST_RCVD:3>599<NAME:5>Herve<QSL_SENT:1>I<QSL_RCVD:1>N<MY_GRIDSQUARE:6>JN62bk
<TX_PWR:2>80<APP_CQRLOG_DXCC:2>FG<DXCC:2>79<ITUZ:2>11<CQZ:1>8<APP_CQRLOG_QSLS:1>N<CONT:2>NA
<EOR>
<QSO_DATE:8>20210201<TIME_ON:4>1642<TIME_OFF:4>1643<STATION_CALLSIGN:6>IK0DWJ<CALL:6>ZS4JAN<MODE:3>FT8<FREQ:6>18.101<BAND:3>17M<RST_SENT:3>-02<RST_RCVD:3>-11<NAME:3>Jan<QSL_SENT:1>I<QSL_RCVD:1>N<QSL_VIA:5>EA5GL
<GRIDSQUARE:4>KG30<MY_GRIDSQUARE:6>JN62bk<TX_PWR:2>80<APP_CQRLOG_DXCC:2>ZS<DXCC:3>462<ITUZ:2>57<CQZ:2>38<APP_CQRLOG_QSLS:1>N<CONT:2>AF<EQSL_QSL_SENT:1>Y<EQSL_QSLSDATE:8>20210202
<EOR>
<QSO_DATE:8>20210122<TIME_ON:4>0022<TIME_OFF:4>0023<STATION_CALLSIGN:6>IK0DWJ<CALL:4>KP2B<MODE:3>FT8<FREQ:5>5.358<BAND:3>60M<RST_SENT:3>-17<RST_RCVD:3>-07<QSL_SENT:1>I<QSL_RCVD:1>N<QSL_VIA:5>EB7DX<IOTA:6>NA-106
<GRIDSQUARE:4>FK77<MY_GRIDSQUARE:6>JN62bk<TX_PWR:2>15<APP_CQRLOG_DXCC:3>KP2<DXCC:3>285<ITUZ:2>11<CQZ:1>8<APP_CQRLOG_QSLS:1>N<LOTW_QSL_SENT:1>Y<LOTW_QSLSDATE:8>20210122<LOTW_QSL_RCVD:1>Y<LOTW_QSLRDATE:8>20210122
<CONT:2>NA<EQSL_QSL_SENT:1>Y<EQSL_QSLSDATE:8>20210122<EQSL_QSL_RCVD:1>Y<EQSL_QSLRDATE:8>20210122
<EOR>

[CUT]

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Giuseppe
IKØDWJ