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Export to Sota .CSV

Post by PC9DB » 21 Mar 2020, 10:13

Hi guys,

Since SOTA changed some things, the export feature in V1 doesn't work properly anymore.
If one exports a .CSV file, the date format is not correct according to the SOTA website.

Date format in the exported file is: DD-MM-YYYY
And should be: DD/MM/YYYY

I haven't tried it on V2 yet. I'm still in the learning / transition phase......... ;)


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Re: Export to Sota .CSV

Post by G4POP » 21 Mar 2020, 10:29

Yes these changes to external services will break V1, however you can now upload ADIF files to SOTA so why not try that.

Alternatively change to V2 full time
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Re: Export to Sota .CSV

Post by PC9DB » 22 Mar 2020, 19:07

Hi Terry,

You're right, things like these will eventually render V1 "useless". But thats the way it is. No problem in itself of course.

I will try the new ADIF option soon.

The change to V2 will have to happen at some point. It looks and feels good but for the moment I'm not ready for the big switch hihi.

Thank you for your help! Keep up the good work.

73
Mark de PC9DB

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