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  • QRZ info issue

    First, my subscription is still good. Second, I have sent this to QRZ too.
    Today I noticed that MI0LLG did not pull name and country across to the log book when I logged him in.
    So I double clicked on the call sign in the logbook and hit "Lookup" Normally that pulls in all the missing info.
    Today it didn't.
    When I go to QRZ and type in his call sign, Everything is there on his page.
    When I type in his call sign in the "Lookup" tab you get basic location and no name or city.
    When you type in his call sign in the Lookup tab and then hit the QRZ button, everything appears in a QRZ window.

    So, if all this info is in QRZ, why is it not getting pulled over into the "Lookup" tab or the logbook when I log a QSO??

    When you type in other call signs, everything populates as it should.

    Weird.

    Bob
    Bob
    W8RID

  • #2
    Hello Bob,
    I have the same problem since this morning, i looked for everything but nothing found.
    The testlog file gives me a hint that my subscription is not valid, but it is valid very sure.
    I donīt know if this is a QRZ problem, or something in the script of HRD must be corrected.
    Reinstalling HRD does not solve my problem.
    Yesterday all was fine.

    Best 73
    DL2KBQ

    Horst

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    • #3
      Bob

      When you type another call sign, if it's one already in your Logbook, it will populate. Pick someone you have not worked from the DX Cluster and you will see it still comes up blank.
      I changed to Callbook.info in my lookup sequence and demoted QRZ.com. It's slower, but works for the time being.

      And these postings are taking forever to update as well. So much for the new Google servers.
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      I upload to eQSL & HRDNet automatically in HRD. LoTW, ClubLog, QRZ.com DAILY and send my cards to the Bureau MONTHLY.
      Why doesn't everybody do this? It's so much easier than having to work through hundreds (or thousands) of log entries once or twice a YEAR.


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      • #4
        Here is what I got from HRD.

        Sorry for the QRZ outage. We had a DNS issue with our server. QRZ lookups should be working now, if not by morning at the latest.

        It seems to be working now.

        Bob
        Bob
        W8RID

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