Hello Collect Earth team!

I am trying to combine data from a Collect Earth project and have exported and imported the XML files as instructed here. The importing seems to go fine but afterwards only the data from the first file is there. This has worked for me before, so I don't understand what is going wrong now?

Error log, if it helps:

ERROR 2018-03-07 16:10:53,758 [main] org.openforis.collect.earth.app.service.LocalPropertiesService: Unknown UI Language INSTALLATION_LANGUAGE ERROR 2018-03-07 16:11:01,995 [main] org.openforis.collect.earth.app.service.KmlGeneratorService: Error parsing float number ERROR 2018-03-07 16:11:30,261 [Load KML in Google Earth] org.openforis.collect.earth.app.service.KmlGeneratorService: Error parsing float number ERROR 2018-03-07 16:11:34,763 [Load KML in Google Earth] org.openforis.collect.earth.app.service.KmlGeneratorService: Error parsing float number

Thanks for any help,

Ulpu

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Is everyone collecting data using the same survey??

You will only be able to see the data from the files where the operator used the same survey as you have loaded in your Collect Earth.

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Yes the survey is the same. Then I tested to collect few plots with your Drylands demo and got the same problem.

Only this in the log file now: ERROR 2018-03-11 13:21:40,029 [main] org.openforis.collect.earth.app.service.KmlGeneratorService: Error parsing float number

-Ulpu

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