I uploaded the first time my SotA log to the upload Server and got a error message … look in screenshot.
I looked on other Adif‘s that work and found the error :
Output HAMRS :
Output other log software ( work ) :
73 / DD6FM - Marco
How does SOTA normally display the Band? Is it supposed to show as “40” or “40m” or is it supposed to show the frequency in MHz?
HAMRS exports your log in standard ADI format so I’m not sure how things are getting mangled when you attempt to upload.
Can you take a screen shot of a couple of entries in your ADI file and post it here?
Also, what version of HAMRS are you using?
If you want to send your ADI file to me I’d be glad to look at it. Use my call sign at ARRL.net.
Tnx for reply !
I wonder that no one has reported this problem yet because it is the official Server for uploading the logs. I send you here a screenshot of a file I did make with an other logging app CloudLogOffline … HAMRS 1.05 iPhone
Screenshot and adi file :
<call:5>DH2PA<station_callsign:7>DD6FM/P<band:3>40m<mode:3>SSB<freq:8>7.099000<qso_date:8>20220420<time_on:6>042900<time_off:6>042900<rst_rcvd:2>59<rst_sent:2>59<stx:1>1<my_sota_ref:9>DM/RP-305<country:7>Germany<qth:14>76831 Eschbach<gridsquare:6>JN49ae<name:17>Patrick Ackermann<comment:0><eor>
Thank you for that.
Can you also post your ADI file directly from HAMRS for the same QSO, so I can compare the two?
Here it is with HAMRS :
Generated on 2022-04-20T07:04:45.118Z
Can you screen shot it or paste it in as a quote so the tags don’t get mangled?
Also, how are you entering the frequency? Are you entering one digit only (MHz) or are you adding the kHz fraction? Commas or decimals as separators?
I did a test in the SOTA template and here is what I got:
Oh i think it was my mistake … I only input the frequency as 7 or 14 … my other Programm seems to convert it … well if I put in 14.200 it works …
i done this every time in my PotA log files and the PotA log server has no problem with it … but the SotA has … so the problem is solved then … I will write in the full frequency and should have no problems then …
Thanks for the help !
DD6FM - Marco
POTA doesn’t care because it ignores the frequency. The POTA uploader only uses the band (e.g. 40m).
It’s odd that the SOTA server won’t accept “7” or “14” because those are valid frequency entries per the ADIF specification.
Regardless, it works now so that’s great.