David - AK2L
I believe it is MSAccess as I have never attempted to switch to another database. If others are using HRD without trouble, then I will try your solution.
For now, I have changed the logging so that WSJT-X sends the QSO to HRD Logbook. JTAlert is set to use an ADIF file. Every few days, I will export an ADI from HRD and have JTAlert scan that for alert updates.
Note: I did try to have JTAlert send (UDP) the QSO to HRD, but HRD was not picking up the submode from a MFSK/FT4 QSO whereas it picked it up from WSJT-X just fine. Bug perhaps? Settings error on my part?
In any case, the logging issue is a small inconvenience and I love all the improvements in JTAlert.
Thanks for the great program.