View Revisions: Issue #2633

Summary 0002633: Logbook: QRZ lookup of multi-part names doesn't work well
Revision 2018-04-06 11:17 by WA9PIE
Steps To Reproduce 1) Fire up Logbook
2) Use the "Callsign Lookup" command in the "Configure" menu to make sure QRZ XML lookups are enabled
3) Use the "Add" button to open the QSO editor
4) Enter a user who has a name and/or addres with accented characters in it. I'm testing with "EA2KR".
5) Press "Lookup"

BUG#1) The "Name" field of the main dialog (not one of the tabs) populates with "Sánchez cárdenas". The garbage characters are a symptom of another bug; the problem here is that only the last name and suffix appear in the name field. The name field should contain the full name, as "Óscar Sánchez cárdenas".

6) Enter another call sign "K7ZCZ".
7) Press the "Lookup" button

The "Name" field is correctly populated iwth a first name, last name, and middle initial. Not quite a three-part name, but this correct behaviour highlights the three-name isuse.


Revision 2018-03-29 00:01 by K7ZCZ
Steps To Reproduce
1) Fire up Logbook
2) Use the "Callsign Lookup" command in the "Configure" menu to make sure QRZ XML lookups are enabled
3) Use the "Add" button to open the QSO editor
4) Enter a user who has a name and/or addres with accented characters in it. I'm testing with "EA2KR".
5) Press "Lookup"

BUG#1) The "Name" field of the main dialog (not one of the tabs) populates with "Sánchez cárdenas". The garbage characters are a symptom of another bug; the problem here is that only the last name and suffix appear in the name field. The name field should contain the full name, as "Óscar Sánchez cárdenas".

6) Enter another call sign "K7ZCZ".
7) Press the "Lookup" button

The "Name" field is correctly populated iwth a first name, last name, and middle initial. Not quite a three-part name, but this correct behaviour highlights the three-name isuse.