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  1. Problem appears to be solved. It is with how I named the airport and used inappropriate characters.
  2. Here's the full compile error. An exception occurred while trying to compile a new airports database. As a result of this error, the default airport database will be used. The default database does not contain flight schedules, airport data (runways and parking) or airport names you may have customized. This may result in incorrect flight numbers being displayed, incorrect departures schedules for aircraft moved to the stand by approach control, and flight distance data will be more limited. FLW.STB.Utilities.StbDisconnectException: Invalid XML detected for airport GCXO(Tenerife-North). Please check the runways.xml file found in the Prepar3D V5 installation folder at line 850301 position 35, and the AFD/AFCAD file that implements the airport. Additional details: at FLW.Simulator.Objects.AirportCompiler.ReadAirportXml(XmlTextReader reader) in C:\_Data\Software Development\Flying-W\GitHub\STB\STB-P3DV5\Common\Flight Simulator Objects\FSObjects\AirportCompiler.cs:line 861 at FLW.Simulator.Objects.AirportCompiler.LoadAirports() in C:\_Data\Software Development\Flying-W\GitHub\STB\STB-P3DV5\Common\Flight Simulator Objects\FSObjects\AirportCompiler.cs:line 701 at FLW.Simulator.Objects.AirportCompiler.PerformCompileSteps() in C:\_Data\Software Development\Flying-W\GitHub\STB\STB-P3DV5\Common\Flight Simulator Objects\FSObjects\AirportCompiler.cs:line 216 at FLW.Simulator.Objects.AirportCompiler.Compile() in C:\_Data\Software Development\Flying-W\GitHub\STB\STB-P3DV5\Common\Flight Simulator Objects\FSObjects\AirportCompiler.cs:line 170 Exception Handler Type: None
  3. Simon, it looks like it's this line. Perhaps the "[" and/or "]" characters are not allowed? <SceneryName>GCTS - Tenerife South–Reina Sofia [Vol 2 V2] (MK Studios)</SceneryName>
  4. I am encountering this error when compiling airports, and can't seem to figure out where the issue is. Error: FLW.STB.Utilities.StbDisconnectException: Invalid XML detected for airport GCXO(Tenerife-North). Please check the runways.xml file found in the Prepar3D V5 installation folder at line 850301 position 35, and the AFD/AFCAD file that implements the airport. airports.xml file for the offending airport GCXO: <ICAO id="GCXO"> <ICAOName>Tenerife-North</ICAOName> <Country>Spain</Country> <City>Tenerife-North</City> <File>D:\Prepar3D v5\Addon Scenery\MK Studios\MK_TenerifeVol2V2\scenery\GCXO_ADEP4_MK.bgl</File> <SceneryName>GCTS - Tenerife South–Reina Sofia [Vol 2 V2] (MK Studios)</SceneryName> <Longitude>-16.341536</Longitude> <Latitude>28.482653</Latitude> <Altitude>2072.99</Altitude> <MagVar>-7.000</MagVar> <Runway id="12"> <Len>11131</Len> <Hdg>117.640</Hdg> <Def>Asphalt</Def> <ILSFreq>108.70</ILSFreq> <ILSHdg>117.6</ILSHdg> <ILSid>INOR</ILSid> <ILSslope>3.00</ILSslope> <ILSname>ILS/DME 12</ILSname> <Lat>28.488033</Lat> <Lon>-16.357794</Lon> <FSStartLat>28.487858</FSStartLat> <FSStartLon>-16.357231</FSStartLon> <ClosedLanding>FALSE</ClosedLanding> <ClosedTakeoff>FALSE</ClosedTakeoff> <ApproachLights>NONE</ApproachLights> <EdgeLights>NONE</EdgeLights> <CenterLights>NONE</CenterLights> <CenterRed>FALSE</CenterRed> <EndLights>FALSE</EndLights> <REIL>FALSE</REIL> <Touchdown>FALSE</Touchdown> <Strobes>0</Strobes> <LeftVASI>NONE</LeftVASI> <RightVASI>PAPI4</RightVASI> <RightVASIbiasX>36.16</RightVASIbiasX> <RightVASIbiasZ>1295.96</RightVASIbiasZ> <RightVASIspacing>91.41</RightVASIspacing> <RightVASIpitch>3.00</RightVASIpitch> <ThresholdOffset>303</ThresholdOffset> <PatternTakeOff>Left</PatternTakeOff> <PatternLanding>Left</PatternLanding> <PatternAltitude>305</PatternAltitude> </Runway> <Runway id="30"> <Len>11131</Len> <Hdg>297.640</Hdg> <Def>Asphalt</Def> <ILSFreq>110.30</ILSFreq> <ILSHdg>297.6</ILSHdg> <ILSid>ITF</ILSid> <ILSslope>3.00</ILSslope> <ILSname>ILS/DME 30</ILSname> <Lat>28.477272</Lat> <Lon>-16.325285</Lon> <FSStartLat>28.477449</FSStartLat> <FSStartLon>-16.325848</FSStartLon> <ClosedLanding>FALSE</ClosedLanding> <ClosedTakeoff>FALSE</ClosedTakeoff> <ApproachLights>NONE</ApproachLights> <EdgeLights>NONE</EdgeLights> <CenterLights>NONE</CenterLights> <CenterRed>FALSE</CenterRed> <EndLights>FALSE</EndLights> <REIL>FALSE</REIL> <Touchdown>FALSE</Touchdown> <Strobes>0</Strobes> <LeftVASI>NONE</LeftVASI> <RightVASI>NONE</RightVASI> <ThresholdOffset>0</ThresholdOffset> <PatternTakeOff>Right</PatternTakeOff> <PatternLanding>Right</PatternLanding> <PatternAltitude>305</PatternAltitude> </Runway> </ICAO>
  5. I've not seen any issues with P3Dv5.1 HF1 so far either.
  6. Thanks, Simon. I just sent you a private message with the details.
  7. I’ve compiled the database multiple times. No change after compilation. I wonder if it matters in what directory are my AIM traffic files, because I am not seeing them being scanned whilst Compile is running.
  8. basically everywhere. But this was LSZH.
  9. I have these settings in the latest 13300 version. But only seeing few flights
  10. I normally do custom-compilation of traffic using AIFP, but decided to switch to AIG's AI Manager-OCI. However after doing so, I'm seeing quite a few missing flight numbers even after re-running configuration on the latest v5 compatible version of STB. Anyone else have the same issue?
  11. I just re-installed the application and running P3Dv5. I know it's not fully compatible yet, but is that the reason why I am only able to see flights that are actually active, and not the future schedule?
  12. Hello all, Is it possible to save my current aircraft/callsign overrides and re-import it into a new install of STB so I don't have to start from scratch? I know there's an import from text file function, but how do I export my current settings so I can re-import them later? Thanks!
  13. Thanks, Simon. I sent you a private message!
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