Exceptions Report

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From the Main Menu Bar, click on Reports / Exceptions and MM will display a window like the one shown here.

This report may be printed before the meet, during the meet, or after the meet has been completed to provide valuable information about "exception" type conditions.
You may customize how you want the report grouped - by Team with each team's athletes included under their Team or just by Athlete with all of the Athletes listed.
You can specify how you wish the Athletes sorted - alphabetically or by age and you can filter the report by gender and/or age.
There is a check box to list each Team's exceptions on a separate page.
The Exception Report is really many different reports as described below.  Just click on the appropriate tab to select from the many choices.
The include birth date or registration ID applies to Max Entries, Stds/Qual, and Miscellaneous reports.

 

ExceptionsReport

 

 

Max Entries

Exceed Maximum Entries per Athlete:

Specify what you want MM to check:

Max Entries including Relays
Max Individual Entries ONLY
Max Relay Entries ONLY

 

MM will then compare each athlete's entry count with the maximums you specified and include those athletes in the report who exceed those maximums.  This is a great Report to run before each session's scratch deadline to alert the coach of a possible max entry infraction. You can also decide whether to include Exhibitions when checking for Max Entries.

 

Exceed Maximum Entries per Team per Event:

Specify how many entries are allowed per team in each event and MM will create a report listed by team and lists each event and the relay or individual entries for each event that has more than the number entered in the Maximum entries per team text box.

 

Stds/Qual

Worse Than Mark Standard:

First, select which Mark Standard you wish to use by checking a box in the Mark Standard table in the Exceptions Report menu.  Then choose whether you want MM to use each athlete's Entry mark or the actual Result mark in the actual comparison with the Mark Standard.  Then click on this radio button and MM will check the session you specified to see if the entry or result mark is Worse than the specified Mark Standard.

 

Better Than or Equal to the Mark Standard:

First, select which Mark Standard you wish to use by checking a box in the Mark Standard table in the Exceptions Report menu.  Then choose whether you want MM to use each athlete's Entry Mark or the actual Result Mark in the actual comparison with the Mark Standard.  Then click on this radio button and MM will check the session you specified to see if the entry or result Mark is Better than or Equal to the specified Mark Standard.

 

Do Not Meet Qualifying Mark:

Click on this radio button and MM will check the session you specified to see if the athlete's entry or result mark is Worse than the meet entry qualification Mark.  This is a helpful report to list all the athletes that did not make the Entry Qualification for the purposes of asking for proof of Mark for those results.

 

Within Qualifying Mark:

Click on this radio button and MM will check the session you specified to see if the result mark is within the meet entry qualification mark that was specified for each event.  This is a helpful report to list all the athletes that did make the Entry Qualification of the meet.

 

ExceptionsReportStdsQualsTab

 

Miscellaneous

Event/Athlete Gender/Age Mismatch:

Make this selection and MM will list all of the athletes whose gender and age do not meet the event gender and age criteria for a given event.

 

Check Relay Ages:

Make this selection and MM will check each athletes age and gender with the particular relay that they are on to make sure that they have been assigned to the proper relay age group. This is particularly important for Masters meets. For Division by Event meets using birth date ranges, each athlete assigned to a relay will check to verify that the birth date falls within the birth date range of the relay event's division.

 

Ages That Are Not Correct:

Make this selection and MM will check each athlete's age with their computed age calculated from the Meet Age-Up-Date and their birth date.

 

No Performance Athletes:

Make this selection and MM will list all athletes who did not compete in any event. If an athlete was entered in one or more events and either No Showed or Scratched all events, the athlete will be listed as a No Performance Athlete with how many individual events were No Showed and how many were Scratched. No Show means the athlete was assigned a heat and lane, but did not show up for the race. A DQ for false start does count as a No Performance.

 

Individual Event No Shows (DNS):

Make this selection and MM will list all athletes who No Showed for one or more individual events. No Show means the athlete was assigned a heat and lane/position, but did not show up for the event. The no show could be for prelims, quarter-finals, semi-finals, or finals. This report is useful in meets where there is a penalty for not showing up for a race in which the athlete was seeded.

 

List Athletes With No Entries:

Make this selection and MM will list all athletes who are not entered in any individual events and are not listed with any relays..

 

ExceptionsReportMiscTab