[Loadstone] POI-Converter: Something Seems To Be Wrong

Rob Melchers rob at loadstone-gps.com
Thu Aug 16 21:06:14 BST 2007

I'll have to look into this. I replaced your user id with 12345, changed 
the semicolons with comma's and it worked:

"Railway Station",87656246,473359583,2,4,2,12345,861302528

When I use your own id it's the 404, strange. I'll get back to you as soon 
as I know what's going on.


At 8/16/2007, you wrote:
>HI Rob,
>Well, as stated in my last email, changing my email address in the settings
>also changed my userid; it went from bein 6805 to 63822, which is indeed a
>five digit value.
>But the 404 error, when clicking the Download Button, still occurs.
>I try converting a CSV file that has lines like the following in it:
>Railway Station;8.7656246452;47.3359583956
>To test it out, I tried replacing the ; separators by commas (,) - but this
>did not solve anything.
>I then tried removing the dots (.) from the numbers, without any success
>Do you see what else I could try?
>Best Regards,
>         Von: loadstone-bounces at loadstone-gps.com
>[mailto:loadstone-bounces at loadstone-gps.com] Im Auftrag von Rob Melchers
>         Gesendet: Donnerstag, 16. August 2007 20:35
>         An: loadstone at loadstone-gps.com
>         Betreff: Re: [Loadstone] POI-Converter: Something Seems To Be Wrong
>         Hi Rene,
>         "The first time I tried to convert the database, I entered the value
>68.5 as
>                 user ID, as it appeared in the exported Database files on my
>         Your user id should be a number of 5 digits as it appears as the
>second last entry in a Loadstone database line, as in the following example:
>         "front door",523517733,49779616,1,8,0,46723,1179615931
>         The user id in this case is: 46723
>         For some reason the error trap didn't catch this in your second
>attempt, so the resulting file could not be found.
>         Please check the exported file for your correct user id and try
>         I don't think there's another Loadstone database converter to be
>found on the web...
>         Rob
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>Loadstone at loadstone-gps.com
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