This error message appears on the Web browser's status screen. It means that the Log Search java applet could not be found on your web server. The search.class file must be in the same directory as your search HTML page (unless you have used the CODEBASE applet parameter). Also ensure that you transferred the search.class file in binary mode to your web server. Some web servers are case-sensitive so ensure that the search.class filename is of the correct case.
Sorry .. <logname> not found!
Search completed ... 0 QSOs found"
This message is usually caused by the log files not being stored in the correct directory on the web server.
e.g. the following applet parameter indicates where the files are on the server:
<param name="URL1Name" value="http://www.myisp.co.uk/~g4zfe/logs/8Q7FE/">
Using the above example opening the URL "http://www.myisp.co.uk/~g4zfe/logs/8Q7FE/G.TXT" should display all the stations beginning with "G" that were worked in the 8Q7FE expedition. If your web browser displays an error (e.g. File not found) that the data files have not been transferred correctly and this is the cause of the problem.
Error whilst reading contest log file..
Search completed ... 0 QSOs found
This message is caused by incorrectly formatted log files:
Check this by opening a data file as shown above and check that the line is similar to the example above. If not then you have probably found a bug in the sortlog program used to generate the data files. Please let me know so that I can fix it!
The Amateur Radio Log Search applet is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
The program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.
If you use the Amateur Radio Log Search applet I would appreciate a link on your page to my Download page (http://www.g4zfe.com/downloads.html) so that the latest version and the source code are freely available.