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Call History file use with logging programs

N1MM Logger+ Full help information on Call Histoy files in N1MM Logger+ can be found here.
Logger32 Download of CheckCall can be found here. There is no documentation on use in the Logger32 help files (.chm/.pdf/.docx).
CQRLOG uses 'stripped down' versions of membership fields. You'll need to 'translate' the files to make them work1,2
Examples: Call or Call;Number or Call;Number;Date Start;Date End [where dates are in format YYYY-MM]  
DXLog uses a different syntax for "CallHistory" files {not documented in web page or Wiki}. Files are tied to SPECIFIC contests (cannot be generally applied). Files are in C:\Users\xxxxx\AppData\Roaming\DXLog.net\Database as nnnnn_db.txt files. You'll need to 'translate' the files to make them work1 
Examples: Call=Number
or Call=Name;Number 
drlog (N7DR) uses the 'raw' files successfully.

1) As there is no 'User Text' field to denote a club name, combined listings cannot be meaningfully used with this program
2) As there is no 'Name' field, this reduces useful data from most clubs

It seems pretty obvious, that with N1MM Logger+ and Logger32 dominating their respective logging slots (contest/everyday), it's about time that other programs made more use of Call History files and that they and the existing ones use more options.
Why is the N1MM Logger+ format useful? All kinds of extras can be included for DXpeditions; Sponsors, 'Pilots', all sorts of reminders that operators may not remember on-the-fly when hot/cold and tired after days on the air.


Club membership
I operate
only CW
4SQRP 9AQRP A1 Club (JA) [Challenge Degree, worked 204 members] CQC CQCW CTC CWJF - Life Member ECWARC FFQRP FISTS FPQRP LIDS NAQCC SSN
CW Links 4SQRP 9AQRP A1 Club (JA) CQC CQCW CTC CWJF ECWARC FFQRP FISTS FPQRP LIDS NAQCC SSN
Notes on QRQ No. 1945 No. 161
& 162
No.1745 No. 1029 No. 571 No. 3224
& 3225
No. 790 No. 450 No. 102 No. 19223 No. 4128 No. 231 No. 9881 ---
HTC A1A CCT  NEQRP NOC NZQRP QRQcw RCWC SKCC SOC True Blue DXers Club Worked All Britain - former CW Net controller GRT FOCocw MORSE
HTC A1A CCT NEQRP NOC NZQRP QRQcw RCWC SKCC SOC TBDXC WAB GRT FoCocw groups.io MORSE
No. 387 No. 253 No. 200 No. 855 No. 1 --- --- No. 1211 No. 20141 No. 1000 No. 900 No. 1496 No. 1442 -only- No. 020

Call History Search

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Tips for using N1MM Logger+ outside the scope of this subject have moved to a dedicated page under the w4.vp9kf.com domain.
Tips for using Logger32 outside the scope of this subject have moved to a dedicated page under the w4.vp9kf.com domain.
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