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Add the option to transfer DXCC, WAZ, WAS etc. on new Log creation

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PY1ZRJ
Add the option to transfer DXCC, WAZ, WAS etc. on new Log creation

First question: how many QSO's can be (safely) saved into a single CQRLOG database, in order to avoid possible issues?

2000, 3000, 5000, 10000...(???)

Now my wish-list feature is this:

Can you add the option to transfer the statistical results achieved along the time for DXCC, WAZ, WAS, etc when the user decide to create a new log, or better told, when a new DB is being created?

I know that when you create a new log (DB) you can transfer just your CQRLOG settings but apparently the MySQL table containing the statistical results is not migrated into the new DB, then you cannot keep the statistical results updated by watching on your brand new CQRLOG log.

I suppose this feature could be added easily in the code, but I maybe wrong.

Thanks for kind the attention.

Best regards,

oh1kh
Add the option to transfer DXCC, WAZ, WAS etc. on new Log

HI!

Here is some info about mysql tables. They can be huge. In normal life various seeks from database with home computer makes usage limitation (slowness) not the database record amount.
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/2716232/maximum-number-of-records-in...

Moving DXCC status from log to another is not possible. Status is created from cqrlog_main qso table using column called adif.
If there are no qsos in log the cqrlog_main table is empty and DXCC statistics can not be shown.

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Saku
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ok2cqr
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Re: Add the option to transfer DXCC, WAZ, WAS etc. on new Log cr

CQRLOG can handle millions of QSO in a single log. Some operations cloud be slower but with computers used these days, it will work.

Saku is right, DXCC statistics cannot be moved. They are created on the fly from QSO in the log.

73 Petr, OK2CQR