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Just did a dump of all airports via FS9 into Airports.txt

When I try to import that into MyTraffic2006 I get an error. Any clues as to why?

Visual Fortran run-time error

forrtl: severe (64): input conversion error, unit -5, file Internal Formatted Read

MyTraffic2006.exe 004592D9 Unknown Unknown Unknown

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USER32.dll 77D48734 Unknown Unknown Unknown

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kernel32.dll 7C816D4F Unknown Unknown Unknown

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Please zip the Airports.txt file and send it to support@fsrail.com.

Input conversion error means most likely that something expected to be a number is a character, but I cannot imagine that airport to work in FS9 than, but have to look into that with the debugger.

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Hi Burkhard.. I have sent over a zip containing my Airports.txt file. Hopefully your debugger can pinpoint which airports are bad or corrupt. Thanks!

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Thanks, it arrived and I found an advice.

What is of general interest is the following:

The "Dump airport" creates an error log. This is a very basic testing of the AFCAD2 files. If it is "Has no runway" this can imply a heliport and can be ignored for these, but all other messages should be considered. The "fault finder" in AFCAD2 should have identified all of them, and most likely much more. So if you have a source of files that gives already errors with the dump airport ( others but the heliport ), you can be sure that you have a source of zero quality, these files cannot work and only will cost performance, stability etc whatsover, so you should avoid those software sources.

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my fault in reporting a faulty file to begin with :)... somehow I had accidentally mismatched the log and text files. everything imports as expected with the "correct" Airports.txt file. thanks for the debug

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