Re: HistoryToWU.exe WS36xx history.dat uploader.
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> Do we know the date that your history.dat file was created?Oops, my bad. Sure. I do know the exact date and time of the
history.dat file's creation.
The part I forgot to mention was that I had a thought, that WU would
replace the old weather data with the one being uploaded by
HistoryToWU.exe, but apparently I was mistaking.
> By the way, is your time zone 3 hours from UTC time (coordinatedNo. Officially it's +2 hours, but my time zone differs according to
> universal time)?
Daylight Time change. In Daylight time, we drift +3 hours from UTC and
in Standard Time, +2 hours.
I have to manually adjust the time because my weather station is
unable to synchronize itself with DCF77-signal. This is because the
Frankfurt (Germany) transmitter is about 1,500 km away from my
location and all the surrounding exterior walls are so thick, they
block the signal completely. If I really want to get a signal
reception, it's only during the night if the weather station is
relocated to my bedroom window.
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>Thanks! I'll give it try as soon as I locate any missing weather data
> I have created a new version of the history file uploader
> (version 2).
> This will subtract your local time offset from the timestamps (in
> history.dat) to create a UTC time stamp.
> Hopefully this will address the problem.
> If you could peform a few uploads (hit cancel after it uploads a few
> records) and let me know the starting time and date of your
> history.dat records (probably by reviewing the history in
> Heavyweather), we can check out the results at WU.
from my site. I'll report the date and time here.