How to modify or update a QSO previously uploaded to Club Log
If you upload an identical ADIF record for a given QSO more than once, Club Log spots the duplicate and ignores (skips) it.
Although Club Log ignores identical duplicates, it is possible to update a previously-uploaded QSO simply by uploading an updated ADIF record. For example, if you have received a confirmation of a QSO, upload an ADIF containing the new QSL status. Club Log will notice the new QSL status on an otherwise identical QSO record, and update the status for that QSO in the database to "confirmed".
How to skip or ignore a QSO
If you want Club Log to ignore a QSO, for instance not claiming a dubious QSO until/unless it is confirmed by the other party, you can mark the QSO "Not valid for DXCC" in your logging program.
Depending on how your logging software works, you may be able to mark a QSO "Not valid for DXCC" by one or more of the following methods:
- Set the DXCC country to "Not valid for DXCC" or equivalent, putting a DXCC country value of zero in the ADIF file;
- Set the QSL value to 'I' for 'invalid';
Don't forget to upload the ADIF to Club Log.
How to erase a QSO
You can erase a QSO by using the 'Delete' X icon on the Log Inspector in Club Log.