BCD536HP: GLT Command

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TigerMoth

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Hoping Uniden Man can answer this issue.

Running "GLT,FL" remotely returns the favourite list as expected...

GLT <XML>,
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<GLT>
<FL Index="4294967295" Name="Full Database" Monitor="Off" Q_Key="None" N_Tag="None" />
<FL Index="4261412864" Name="Search with Scan" Monitor="Off" Q_Key="None" N_Tag="None" />
<FL Index="0" Name="Aeronautical" Monitor="On" Q_Key="0" N_Tag="0" />
<FL Index="2" Name="Licence Exempt" Monitor="On" Q_Key="1" N_Tag="1" />
<FL Index="4" Name="Licenced" Monitor="On" Q_Key="2" N_Tag="2" />
<FL Index="6" Name="Amateur Radio" Monitor="On" Q_Key="3" N_Tag="3" />
<FL Index="8" Name="Quick Save Favorites List" Monitor="On" Q_Key="None" N_Tag="None" />
<Footer No="1" EOT="1"/>
</GLT>


However, running "GLT,SYS,2" only returns the standard footer and no content:

GLT: <XML>,
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<GLT>
<Footer No="1" EOT="1"/>
</GLT>

Am I running the second command incorrectly?

I am running version 1.11.20
 

UPMan

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Are you sure Monitor="On" for the system? I find it works when Monitor="On" but returns empty string (like above) when Monitor="Off".
 

TigerMoth

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Thank you for replying, your answer has raised more questions, though :)

Is there a reason that the GLT command will only receive the desired output if Monitor="On"? It seems contrary to the command description as I am not monitoring the system, just requesting information about it.

If I have misunderstood the GLT usage, can you point me in the direction to correctly retrieve this information remotely.

Many thanks,

Matt.
 

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The complete FL is not loaded into memory, therefore cannot be queried, if Monitor="Off".
 
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