[Trlog] RealTime Score Reporting for TRLog

Ron Rossi kk1l at arrl.net
Thu Jul 12 22:00:48 EDT 2007


I have made it possible to use the W1VE and WA7BNM realtime score
reporting system with TRLog. It is currently a bit roundabout, but
really not so bad.

RTUPLOAD is an executable which uses the TRLog POST routines to read the
log and logcfg to generate a text summary directly readable by Dave's,
K1TTT, RealTimeScoreReporting program (designed to be used with N1MM
Log). The RTUPLOAD program takes no parameters. Run it in the same
directory as the LOG.DAT and LOGCFG.DAT files and it will generate

I put all the files needed to do the job at

This is the way I chose to do the parse and upload.

* Run TRLog on a Win98SE platform.
* Share the folder or drive with LOG.DAT for other windows machines to
see on the network.
* Create a TaskScheduler job on a the machine to do the upload (I did
not want to have TaskScheduler running on the TRLog machine. This may
not be a big deal, but for CW generation it might be). This job will
copy the LOGCFG.DAT and LOG.DAT files and then run RTUpload.EXE against
them to create the summary file called RTUPLOAD.UPL. I have included an
example DOS batch file which I run. This seems to work pretty well.

To get TaskScheduler to execute every 2 minutes is not obvious. Create a
task to run once a day. Then double click on it and use the "advanced"
button on the "Schedule" tab to set to every 2 minutes or whatever.

Now you are set to run RealTimeScoreReporting on the upload machine.
When it starts click on "File" and load DEFAULT.CFG. Change the data as
you need to and then "File" save.

Gerry's LiveScores page has good information and program downloads.

The RealTimeScoreReporting stuff is written by K1TTT and reference on
the N1MM web site. http://pages.cthome.net/n1mm/html/English/Links.htm
The direct link is http://www.k1ttt.net/software/realtimescore.zip

73 es God Bless de KK1L...Ron Rossi (kk1l at arrl.net) <><
QTH: Jericho, Vermont
My page: http://www.comcast.net/~kk1l

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