Help, GPX has an error

 

I created a GPX file in EPE "Hundred_Eats in_AL_2016.gpx". When I try to open it in Basecamp or Mapsource I get an error but it won't say what the error is. It is uploaded to "100+ dishes to eat in Alabama before you die". Anyone have any ideas of how to trouble shoot this problem?

TIA

Reload the file into EPE and

Reload the file into EPE and save it as a CSV. POI Loader will then tell you what line is in error and you can then look and see what may be the issue.

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EASY GPS

It opened with a hiccup using EasyGPS but before that this is the error it reported:

The Open GPX File command could not be completed. The .gpx file Hundred Eats in AL.gpx could not be opened. The GPX data for waypoint "Ark" contains an error. 205.000000 is not a valid longitude.

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Thanks all

That was the problem. I will have to try Easygps in the future.

Also

Don't have a number in the name. I can't recall the exact problem but believe it was something about alerts.

Someone else will jump in and give the correct info.

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yes

pwohlrab wrote:

Don't have a number in the name. I can't recall the exact problem but believe it was something about alerts.

Someone else will jump in and give the correct info.

it sets a speed alert

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and...

Box Car wrote:
pwohlrab wrote:

Don't have a number in the name. I can't recall the exact problem but believe it was something about alerts.

Someone else will jump in and give the correct info.

it sets a speed alert

...and it also prevents a POI from the file to have a Green Go button as a WhereTo destination.

Interesting

CraigW wrote:

...and it also prevents a POI from the file to have a Green Go button as a WhereTo destination.

I learn something new everyday

Yup, and now I remember.

Thanks guys. Old age must be kicking in.

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