PSRedit Import help

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lsmith456z

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Just purchased GRE psr500 as well as downloaded PSRedit software. I'm trying to import.csv files that i've downloaded from RadioRererence and have come across an issue when importing Trunking Object. Conventional Objects import fine, but I'm getting the following error when importing Trunking Object.
"No columns were identified as the Talkgroup Column! The Import has failed
Any assistance is greatly appreciated

thanks
 

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Ok on top it says import you have a prem sub so
1.click on import
2.click on import from radioreferrnce.com
3.click on trunk data
4.enter you radioreference user name
5.enter your radioreference password
6.pick your country state and county
7.pick the system you choose to download
8.pick the talkgroups
9.pick where to load them in your scaner
 

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Ok on top it says import you have a prem sub so
1.click on import
2.click on import from radioreferrnce.com
3.click on trunk data
4.enter you radioreference user name
5.enter your radioreference password
6.pick your country state and county
7.pick the system you choose to download
8.pick the talkgroups
9.pick where to load them in your scaner
Absolutely, PSREdit and a Premium Subscription? If you do it a few times, you can probably load up a whole system in less than a minute. Now a "CSV" file, I remember something in the distant past, might have to go back to school, lol
 

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Thanks for the input. I am familiar with uploading directly from radioreference, however I was trying the to upload via csv file because its just easier for me to manage what frequecies i dont want
 

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Not sure you enter a check mark for what downloads with the web import. Maybe one of the others that do that will chime in.
 

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Just purchased GRE psr500 as well as downloaded PSRedit software. I'm trying to import.csv files that i've downloaded from RadioRererence and have come across an issue when importing Trunking Object. Conventional Objects import fine, but I'm getting the following error when importing Trunking Object.
"No columns were identified as the Talkgroup Column! The Import has failed
Any assistance is greatly appreciated

thanks
How did you get the conventional csv files into the scanner, I don't see an Import CSV file function in PSREdit500

I found this form 2008, second post
http://forums.radioreference.com/scanner-programming-software/108386-psredit500-help.html
 

lsmith456z

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RomeRon, I imported the conventional csv file from the "conventional objects" tab. Right click on the screen and select "Import from csv file... This part works like a charm. The csv file works better for me when it comes to managing what frequencies i want to import and which ones I don’t want to import. Unfortunately, i can’t get it to work with trunking objects.
 

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RomeRon, I imported the conventional csv file from the "conventional objects" tab. Right click on the screen and select "Import from csv file... This part works like a charm. The csv file works better for me when it comes to managing what frequencies i want to import and which ones I don’t want to import. Unfortunately, i can’t get it to work with trunking objects.
Thanks, I love learning something new everyday.
 

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RomeRon, I imported the conventional csv file from the "conventional objects" tab. Right click on the screen and select "Import from csv file... This part works like a charm. The csv file works better for me when it comes to managing what frequencies i want to import and which ones I don’t want to import. Unfortunately, i can’t get it to work with trunking objects.
CSV import should work for talkgroups. Make sure the file only contains talkgroup information. It will not import trunked system data (like frequencies and settings).

Mike
 
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