Post your score during major contest
Whats new in version 5: sending to server points by bands (Win-Test).
This is small program (unipost5.zip has size just 78 Kb) that can be used to communicate between an either Win-Test or MixW software on the client side and On-line Server. To successfully execute unipost5.exe the Microsoft .NET Framework version 2.0, 3.0, 3.5 or 4.0 should be installed on your computer.
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Complete the following steps in your TR4W program to set up ‘Each 10 minutes’ automatically posting scores to cqcontest.net server:
- Press CTRL-J
- Set SCORE POSTING URL: http://cqcontest.net/postscore.jsp
- Set SCORE READING URL: http://cqcontest.net
- Open window “Post score” at “Windows” menu.
Note 1: cqcontest.net accept detail score since TR4W version 4.234a
Note 2: cqcontest.net accept MULTI-TWO, MULTI-LIMITED or MULTI-UNLIMITED category since TR4W version 4.243
The Contest Reporting Application (Realtime score reporting) can be started by checking “Start Contest Reporting Application” on the Other tab of the configurer. When the application has been started the dialog “Realtime Score Reporting” will be shown.
- Click Setup
- Set Score Posting URL: http://cqcontest.net/postscore.jsp
- Set Score Reading URL: http://cqcontest.net
- Click OK
- Set network broadcast address and port
- Set WT Category-band
- Click “Run!”
Note: To successfully execute unipost5.exe the Microsoft .NET Framework version 2.0, 3.0, 3.5 or 4.0 should be installed on your computer.
You need to download unipost5.exe program from cqcontest.net “Options” menu. After execute unipost5.exe set operator category values here. After that choose MixW .log file you wish to send real time score from. Each 5 to 30 minutes (depends on unipost5.ini settings) live score will automatically send to on-line contest score server.
- Choose MixW log
- Set properly values of contest settings
- Click “Run!”
Note: Because of MixW log limits, universal poster will send just QSO by bands/modes. No mults and total score sends.
To successfully execute unipost5.exe the Microsoft .NET Framework version 2.0, 3.0, 3.5 or 4.0 should be installed on your computer.
The program supports realtime reporting since version issued later than 24-Mar-2011. Check out 5MContest author’s web-site to find last software releases and notes. Follow this link to find how to setting up on-line reporting in 5MContest.Referee
This is a special version of Live Multi-post client program designed especially for (UCG or any other field style competition) referees.AATest
The program supports realtime reporting since version 1.95. Check out AATest author’s web-site to find last software releases and notes. Follow this link to find how to setting up on-line reporting in AATest.QARTest
The contest program written by Paolo, IK3QAR. At the moment QARTest is only available in Italian language. Follow this link to find how to setting up on-line reporting in QARTest.WriteLog
The contest program written by Wayne, W5XD. Realtime scoring supported since version 11.16UcxLog
The contest program written by Ben, DL7UCX. The version 7.27 has support of realtime scoring.SkookumLogger
SkookumLogger is a contest logging program for OS X 10.7 (Lion) or later, supporting CW and SSB events on the six HF contest bands plus 6m, 4m, 2m, and 70cm. This is a personal K1GQ project that sharing free of charge, as-is. Realtime scoring fully supported since version 1.6.13. Follow this link to find how to setting up on-line reporting in SkookumLogger.DXLog.net
The contest program written by Chris, 9A5K. The realtime scoring functionality is available since version 1.1.17. Follow this link to find how to setting up on-line reporting in DXLog.net.
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