Thank you for your reply,its confusing ??? it says XML
Logbook Data Subscription - 1 Year
Provides access to the XML Logbook Data for 1 year $29.95
This package includes:
Direct access to QRZ's XML Data server for 1 userAccess to Live, real-time XML data on the QRZ servers More than 40 per-callsign XML data fields are supportedDirectly supported by more logbook programs than any other serviceEnables the QRZ Web Contact Log for your accountThe data provided by this service conforms to The QRZ XML Interface Specification
Sign up for the service here and then consult your logbook software documentation for specific instructions on how to enable it for QRZ XML lookups.
Notes: This subscription does not include bulk database downloads.All services provided by this subscription are accessed via the XML data port.
This $29.95 subscription is for the XML lookup feature that is different from the QRZ Logbook, but without directly saying so, does include activation of the QRZ Logbook ADIF Uploads and Downloads as do the higher level subscriptions. Go for it!
The "more logbook programs" indicated in the XML feature refers to logbook programs other than the QRZ Logbook program. Using the XML feature these various other logbook programs are allowed direct lookup access the QRZ Callsign Database thereby eliminating the need to first go to the QRZ.com home page.
Yes, the QRZ-produced ADIF file should work with LoTW, eQSL and other programs that utilize ADIF files.
ADIF files are text fles arranged using ADIF protocal, see www.adif.org Each data field is identified but it is not necessary that all fields defined in the protocol standard be present in a file, only those fields that are identical with the receiving party's needs. The file may include more data than needed, no problem, as all data items are identified as to what they are and will be ignored.