@KA9RCM I upload my logs into QRZ routinely and it works well, but I use another template.
Can you email a copy of your ADI file to me? I’d like to see if anything odd jumps out. My email is my call sign @arrl.net.
Most of the time, missing a frequency, call sign, band, date, or time are the culprits. Entering any of those in the wrong format can cause problems with QRZ, too. I assume all of these fields are in your QSO entries?
It’s also possible the Generic template isn’t exporting correctly. Reviewing your file will help
If you want, you can also simply open the ADI file with a text editor and copy/paste the contents into this thread.
EDITED/ADDED: It seems odd that QRZ didn’t report errors with the 17 records you indicated were not imported. It did import one record as a duplicate, which suggests you’ve tried to upload this file before. When you view your ADI file with an editor, are there 18 QSOs in the file? Or only one?
@Jarrett I think there is a bug in the Generic template export. It is inserting “undefined” immediately before the <my_gridsquare:6> tag, as you see below. It’s probably the contents of a field (“undefined”), when a lookup didn’t capture something properly, but without the appropriate ADIF tag to accompany it.
I guess that suggests two errors in the Generic template: 1. Missing ADIF tag, and 2. “Undefined” should translate as BLANK in any field retrieved from a lookup database.
I don’t know if the same error exists in other templates.