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locked Re: Check sound works just find, but I receive no audio alerts.

John K9JMS
 

Not really sure where to do that.  I have searched all the setting I think. 


Re: missing ADI

John Kjos
 

I must not have the log right in JT Alert. Keeps asking me to log the same call over and over.

73 John W9RPM

On 10/28/2020 6:21 PM, HamApps Support (VK3AMA) wrote:
On 29/10/2020 9:32 am, John Kjos wrote:
I had to reinstall WSJT, and JTAlert. When I run JTAlert it says its missing the ADI file.

Thanks, John W9RPM

Reinstalling JTAlert will not reset your adif file path. All JTAlert settings are recorded in an sqlite database stored in your %localappdata% directory tree and that tree is not touched by a normal JTAlert install/uninstall or upgrade. If your adif file is missing, something you have done has removed it. Running 3rd party uninstallers or Registry cleaners can incorrectly remove needed files.

de Laurie VK3AMA

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Re: missing ADI

John Kjos
 

Laurie, thanks. I Have a file now. I am not getting any Audio alerts, as in when I making a contact. And nothing is showing in the display slots in JTAlert. I'm sure its my fault. Short term memory is shot from stroke. Everything seems to be installed OK. Database, Sounds are downloaded. Sorry for the bother.

Thanks, John W9RPM


Thanks, JOhn W9RPM

On 10/28/2020 6:21 PM, HamApps Support (VK3AMA) wrote:
On 29/10/2020 9:32 am, John Kjos wrote:
I had to reinstall WSJT, and JTAlert. When I run JTAlert it says its missing the ADI file.

Thanks, John W9RPM

Reinstalling JTAlert will not reset your adif file path. All JTAlert settings are recorded in an sqlite database stored in your %localappdata% directory tree and that tree is not touched by a normal JTAlert install/uninstall or upgrade. If your adif file is missing, something you have done has removed it. Running 3rd party uninstallers or Registry cleaners can incorrectly remove needed files.

de Laurie VK3AMA

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Re: missing ADI

HamApps Support (VK3AMA)
 

On 29/10/2020 9:32 am, John Kjos wrote:
I had to reinstall WSJT, and JTAlert. When I run JTAlert it says its missing the ADI file.

Thanks, John W9RPM

Reinstalling JTAlert will not reset your adif file path. All JTAlert settings are recorded in an sqlite database stored in your %localappdata% directory tree and that tree is not touched by a normal JTAlert install/uninstall or upgrade. If your adif file is missing, something you have done has removed it. Running 3rd party uninstallers or Registry cleaners can incorrectly remove needed files.

de Laurie VK3AMA


Re: Nothing in the Decode table

HamApps Support (VK3AMA)
 

On 29/10/2020 9:09 am, Wayne Morris wrote:
I discovered the problem is with the firewall!! For whatever reason, the firewall was blocking the UDP connection. I had to open the application for public networks to get it working again.
Also got the other station working.
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73's Wayne, AC5V

Thanks for the update.

de Laurie VK3AMA


Re: Screenshot

HamApps Support (VK3AMA)
 

On 29/10/2020 9:58 am, John Kjos wrote:
This is what comes up.



The clue is in the --in="" parameter. You don't have an ADIF file set within the JTAlert settings. Likely, whatever file you previously had set is no longer available. When that occurs, JTAlert will show a message about a missing adif file and reset its settings to an empty value. You need to reset the adif file path.

de Laurie VK3AMA


Screenshot

John Kjos
 

This is what comes up.

73 John

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missing ADI

John Kjos
 

I had to reinstall WSJT, and JTAlert. When I run JTAlert it says its missing the ADI file.

Thanks, John W9RPM

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Re: Nothing in the Decode table

Wayne Morris
 

I discovered the problem is with the firewall!! For whatever reason, the firewall was blocking the UDP connection. I had to open the application for public networks to get it working again.
Also got the other station working.
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73's Wayne, AC5V


Nothing in the Decode table

Wayne Morris
 

I am using the WSJT-X, Windows 10, HRD (radio). I friend was trying to get JTAlert working and called me. Mine  has been fine for a long time. I suggested he update to the latest version before we worked on it. I noticed my version was not the latest either. We both updated to the latest version and his is still not working and mine stopped working. The problem is apparently the UDP connection by checking hte About in Help.

I have tried:
  1. uninstalling and going back to the previous version of JTAlert
  2. uninstalling both WSJT-X and JTAlert
  3. uninstalling, deleting all folders for WSJT-X and JTAlert and reinstalling both programs
Nothing seems to make any difference. I also checked my installation on the laptop to check the settings there. It does work currently although older versions.

At this point, I am not sure what else to do. I really rely on the information in the JTAlert decode box. I hope I can get it back.
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73's Wayne, AC5V


locked Re: Decodes not getting UDP connection

HamApps Support (VK3AMA)
 

On 29/10/2020 6:09 am, Jim Cooper wrote:
Working last night; today zilch. 

Cannot get a UDP assignment to the Decodes module, 
no matter what I've tried ... using 14b12 ... neither EXP
or regular ...   have sent a trouble report. 

Thought it might be the old ZoneAlarm blocking 
communications but I have turned off the "Application 
Control" completely with no success; even put ZA 
in "snooze for 5 mins" while I started up JTA and 
that didn't work either.  Have rebooted PC several 
times.  Restarted Decode window several times. 
Restarted JTalert several times.  Just won't get 
the UDP port assigned to Decode module. 

And I've grown to love that Decode table !! 

Jim  w2jc 

Please repost to the correct group.

de Laurie VK3AMA


locked Re: Check sound works just find, but I receive no audio alerts.

HamApps Support (VK3AMA)
 

On 28/10/2020 10:48 am, John Sokol wrote:
Everything seems to be working just fine. It shows when a state I need, etc. comes up in WSJT-X, but I do not receive any audio alert. Sound is on and like I mentioned in the heading, the alert works when I do a sound test. I am using the internal audio card, so I hear it through the laptop speakers, and t doesn't seem to be interfering with the USB sound link to the radio. Is there a toggle somewhere I forgot to turn on??

Check you have an actual sound file set for the State Alert.

de Laurie VK3AMA


locked Decodes not getting UDP connection

Jim Cooper
 

Working last night; today zilch.

Cannot get a UDP assignment to the Decodes module,
no matter what I've tried ... using 14b12 ... neither EXP
or regular ... have sent a trouble report.

Thought it might be the old ZoneAlarm blocking
communications but I have turned off the "Application
Control" completely with no success; even put ZA
in "snooze for 5 mins" while I started up JTA and
that didn't work either. Have rebooted PC several
times. Restarted Decode window several times.
Restarted JTalert several times. Just won't get
the UDP port assigned to Decode module.

And I've grown to love that Decode table !!

Jim w2jc


locked Check sound works just find, but I receive no audio alerts.

John K9JMS
 

Everything seems to be working just fine. It shows when a state I need, etc. comes up in WSJT-X, but I do not receive any audio alert. Sound is on and like I mentioned in the heading, the alert works when I do a sound test. I am using the internal audio card, so I hear it through the laptop speakers, and t doesn't seem to be interfering with the USB sound link to the radio. Is there a toggle somewhere I forgot to turn on??


locked Re: DXKeeper to LoTW

HamApps Support (VK3AMA)
 

On 28/10/2020 7:06 am, Dave AA6YQ wrote:
DXKeeper isn't telepathic

"Telepathic", that's the word I was looking.

de Laurie VK3AMA


locked Re: DXKeeper to LoTW

Dave AA6YQ
 

+ AA6YQ comments below

JTAlert must include an "upload to LoTW" indication in the "log QSOs" request it sends to DXKeeper, so "nothing to do with
JTAlert" is false.

JTAlert has had that for Lotw and Eqsl uploads for many years now. The OP needs to enable the appropriate setting in JTAlert.

+ Of course, and DXKeeper must be properly configured to fulfill the "upload to LoTW" request. I was simply objecting to the
"nothing to do with JTAlert" characterization; DXKeeper isn't telepathic...

73,

Dave, AA6YQ


locked Re: DXKeeper to LoTW

HamApps Support (VK3AMA)
 

On 28/10/2020 6:38 am, Dave AA6YQ wrote:
JTAlert must include an "upload to LoTW" indication in the "log QSOs" request it sends to DXKeeper, so "nothing to do with JTAlert" is false.


JTAlert has had that for Lotw and Eqsl uploads for many years now. The OP needs to enable the appropriate setting in JTAlert.

The AI module of JTAlert is not yet mature enough to reliably make the decision to override a non-enabled setting based on what the OP wants to do so has not been enabled ;)

de Laurie VK3AMA


locked Re: DXKeeper to LoTW

Dave AA6YQ
 

+ AA6YQ comments below

Best you ask the DXKeeper folks.....nothing to do with JTAlert as long as DXKeeper is logging it.

+ JTAlert must include an "upload to LoTW" indication in the "log QSOs" request it sends to DXKeeper, so "nothing to do with JTAlert" is false.

73,

Dave, AA6YQ


locked Re: DXKeeper to LoTW

Dave AA6YQ
 

+ AA6YQ comments below

I see the option to have DXKeeper upload each new qso to LoTW. I have that checked but it is not working. At the present time I do it from the ADIF file. It's not a big deal but it would be more convenient. What am I missing?

+ Are you able to upload QSOs to LoTW when you log them from DXKeeper?

73,

Dave, AA6YQ


locked Re: unable to communicate with the WSJT-x Process

John L. Broughton
 

I get those unable to communicate with wsjt-x periodically and I just kill and restart JTalert and that fixes the problem. I am running JTalert v. 2.16.13.

John, WB9VGJ
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On 10/26/2020 1:40 PM, John Wiener wrote:

Hi.  I know this has been addressed before but I didn't understand the solution. I am running JTAlert 2.16.14
here is the error message:
Unable to communicate with the wsjt-x.  UDP port 2237, IP address: 192.168.200.233
Values read from wsjt-x config file...
C:\Users\Dr.John\AppData\local\wsjt-x/ini
wsjt-x detected instance...
Process window tgitle: wsjt-x v2.2.2
Process command line: 'c:\wsjt\wsjtx\bin\wsjtx.exe
It worked yesterday   Hmmm. AFAIK, nothing has changed
Thanks!
John

 



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