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Re: WiSP out of database space



Hello Jerry,
I have had the same problem.
This may not be the most elegant way, but it is short, to the point and
works.

There is a file in the WiSP directory called wisp.kep.    Delete this file
(move it to another directory).

Move a new set of keps to WiSP directory(or anywhere) that has less than 50
sats in it [edit out the old and weather sats].
Then start GCE(you will get a few errors for the sats you have setup, say
OK)
Then under top nav   Database
Select Update Satellite Database
use the short list sat file you created
Voila

Regards,
Gould
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Jerry Pixton" <jpixton@shentel.net>
To: <amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org>
Sent: Tuesday, July 13, 2004 1:13 PM
Subject: [amsat-bb] WiSP out of database space


> All,
>
> Someone posted, this morning I think, about not being able to get AO-51
> into the WiSP data base because it already had 50 satellites in it. And
> they told what to do.
>
> Guess what problem I have this morning and I can not find that message.
> When I try to delete a satellite in the WiSP data base, it still has 50
> records.
>
> How do I compact the database so that new satellites in the keps will be
> added????
>
> Jerry, W6IHG
> ------------------------------------------
> Dr. Jerry R. Pixton, PIXOS Designs LLC
> http://www.pixos.com/designs/RadioTuner/
> jpixton@shentel.net
> ------------------------------------------
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