Re: [ARRL-LOTW] Two logins required?
- Maybe you are trying to pass too many parameters and the new server cannot handle it. I just use: https://lotw.arrl.org/lotwuser/default?login=W1DYJ&password=xxxxxxxx and end up where I want to be. Yes, perhaps this does not go totally to where you want, but it gets me where I need to go.73 -- Larry -- W1DYJ----- Original Message -----From: Rick Murphy/K1MUSent: Monday, May 20, 2013 6:12 AMSubject: Re: [ARRL-LOTW] Two logins required?
At 01:20 AM 5/20/2013, Frank T Brady wrote:
>The only operation that has stopped working is the QSOs Uploaded query.
>I uploaded two qsos without a problem Saturday as part of my automated
>nightly upload-backup-shutdown procedure.
>Sunday night my software couldn't verify the previous two uploads due
>to the html content of the lotw response to my query.
>The software is all home brew and has been working fine for years -
>the last change I had to make was when lotw changed to "p1k" URL.
>Here is the URL I've been using with no problems until about the same
>time the "log on twice" email chatter started up.
I just tried this:
And I get a password page. Same thing for p1k.arrl.org. To me, this
seems like another problem that was introduced when they moved from
p1k.arrl.org to lotw.arrl.org. I get the report after I log in, but
that's not how it should work.
(Do the "qso_sort" and "qso_descend" parameters do anything? They're
not in the documented set of arguments to lotwreport.adi.)
>Since I've never heard of SSL/TLS and have no ideal what it is - I
>probably misunderstood what you were suggesting.
Using https:// versus http:// - the secure version (https) uses Secure
Sockets Layer or Transport Layer Security (SSL or TLS). I was just
suggesting that maybe it might be that you were using bare http:// but
apparently it's a problem on the Logbook site.
- Sure enough, after a few days, LOTW qsl counts for my account are back in balance with my records.
Either someone saw my complaint and corrected the error,
Or, they have some kind of periodic internal auditing that corrects occasional data integrity "glitches"
73, frank w0ecs
I think that's different Bob
Of course, I can't tell since I don't use the awards area.
Did you notice a drop in your Qsl Records count?
For me, the lotw web page now says "You have 2141 Qsl Records"
My count is 2142 and their count also used to be 2142.
Also, one qsl is missing from a download of all lotw qsls.
The only thing slightly unusual is that there were two qsos with the same call (UA6DX) in a 3 minute time interval.
The 2nd of the two qsos is the one for which the qsl disappeared.
For now I'll just monitor it for awhile.
73, frank w0ecs
On 5/21/2013 11:58 AM, Robert wrote:
I don't lose the QSL itself, but about once every month or so, I lose a DXCC or WAS credit for a QSL. It effectively "unchecks" itself and my credit count drops by one. I have a trouble ticket in on this but have not had a response.
Is this different than what you are seeing?
73, Bob N7ZO
--- In ARRL-LOTW@yahoogroups.com, Frank T Brady <franktbrady@...> wrote:
> hi - smeagn
> This probably seems nit pickin, but my logger is coded to yelp when
> stats hiccup.
> Lotw and my qsl counts have stayed in sync for years (with an occasional
> difference of one qsl after an outage that straightened out after a few
> It has gone off by one again, but it has persisted for almost a week now.
> I ran some audits last night and found the qso whose qsl has been
> dropped from their records.
> I wonder if anyone else has seen this problem?
> I thought about reuploading that qso to see if it remade the match, but
> I don't want to be hasty.
> It's just FYI for now. I like to see things in balance.
> 73, frank w0ecs