I played around a bit in the California QSO Party this weekend, the first
time I've used the logger for a state QSO party. When exporting my logs, I
realized that I had not set the exchange correctly to start with (which in
my case was "Serial# NJ", or "001 NJ" on the config screen); I had left the
"001" out. I cancelled the export, changed the exchange, and did the
export. However, I noticed what I think might be an issue both with the
exported ADIF and Cabrillo logs. Here's an example from the Cabrillo:
QSO: 28460 PH 2003-10-04 1804 K2DBK 59 003 NJ
W6BBS 59 166 MA
I don't know if the "59" should be in there at all (it's not part of the
exchange), but the last piece of info should be "MAD" (Madera County).
Other contacts are similarly truncated to 2 characters at the end. I tried
setting the exchange back to the "wrong" way I had it (just "NJ"), and the
export is identical.
Here's the same entry from the ADIF file:
<CALL:5>W6BBS <QSO_DATE:8>20031004 <TIME_ON:6>180322 <BAND:3>10M
<CONTEST_ID:8>QSOPARTY <FREQ:8>28.46000 <MODE:3>SSB <RST_RCVD:2>59
<RST_SENT:2>59 <OPERATOR:5>K2DBK <SRX:3>166 <CQZ:1>3 <STX:1>3
<EXCHANGE1:3>MAD <POINTS:1>1 <RADIO_NR:1>1 <EOR>
Note that here, the County abbreviation is correct (MAD), but the serial
number (003) that I sent is missing.
I'm certainly not an expert in either of these file formats, but I don't
think this is correct. (If I KNEW this was wrong, I would have filed this
as an official bug report.) I'm using v3.0.98. Help?
David - K2DBK