Manage uploads sounds great, but does that only show uploads if they are CSV format and not ADIF. I don’t get anything there? I also like the idea of effectively cancelling an upload, because at the moment if I make a mistake I have to choose between unpicking my upload file for the issue, deleting from the database and possibly S2S and reuploading, or deleting the upload and all S2S manually then reuploading.
@MM0FMF Andy - I understand what you are saying and it makes perfect logical sesnse, but I believe you’re letting implementation details cloud what the user probably wants when they click that download button I know this because I do it all the time in my day job.
I tested with the manage uploads feature and it worked for me (minus a slight bug for S2S that cross UTC boundaries). I am not going to backport it to the activations page because of the way the new version will handle it - and the fact there’s probably not a huge demand to download activations older than 2020, and also because prior to the upload feature, there’s no direct link between all the different tables so it’ll require a bunch of postprocessing.