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LOGic's "under-the-hood" fields
#1 Posted : Wednesday, April 7, 2021 7:26:00 AM(UTC)

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Just notes about of LOGic's "under the hood" fields.

GUID: A globally unique ID number assigned to every QSO that is entered or imported into LOGic. If an imported record already has a GUID, that will be used. Otherwise a new number will be assigned.

Note that this number is GLOBALLY unique. That means that not only will your log not have duplicate GIUDs, but no one else's log, anywhere else in the world, will have the same GUID.

Needless to say, this is a very large number. 128 bits to be exact. It is not displayed anywhere in LOGic.

DateAdded and DateUpdated: The date and time that the record was added or imported into LOGic, and the date and time the record was last modified. These fields are displayed in the Log Form Browse window.

AddSource & UpdateSource: The source of the add or update. For instance, 1 means that it was added from the log form or the last change to the record was done in the log form. 2 means the record was imported. 3,4,5, and 6, mean the record was updated when uploading to LoTW or eQSL -- marking LoTW Sent or EQSL Sent, or the LOTW Rcvd or EQSL Rcvd was updated when downloading. 7 means the record was added by LOGic's Auto ADIF Logging from another program (WSJT-X etc.)

These fields are displayed in the Log Form Browse window.

LogForm = 1;
ADIFImport = 2;
LoTWUpload = 3;
LoTWDownload = 4;
eQSLUpload = 5;
eQSLDownload = 6;
AutoAdifLogging = 7;

QSO_DATE_T: The QSO Date and Time combined into one field. Used internally for sorting your log chronologically.
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