Export Results for MEET MANAGER Merge

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If the meet is being run at two or more venues or it is a double-ended meet, choose this option to export results after each event or session has been concluded.  Then Import those results into the Master Database.  A much more efficient way of handling this type of meet is to use HY-TEK's Pro Version with the Network option.  Click Here to find out more information about this feature.


Click on File from the Main Menu Bar and then Export.  Then pick Results for MEET MANAGER Merge of the Same Meet (HY3).  The result of this Export will be a HY-TEK .HY3 file that can ONLY be used to Import (merge results) into another MM Database.  The file name for this Results export is always in this format: HFilexxx.HY3 where "xxx" is a sequential number beginning with"001". This file may be zipped and if it is, the zipped file name will be: Meet Results-Meet Name-MeetDate-xxx.zip where "xxx" is a sequential number beginning with"001".


Filter the Export by Session and/or Gender and MM will display the a complete list of events from which you can choose to export results.  You may also select the type of events you which to export from the following list:

1. Completed rounds

2. Seeded Rounds with no results, which allows seeding to be done elsewhere

3. Partially completed rounds where maybe odd heats were swum in one pool and even heats were swum in another pool.


Pick the particular filter from the above list and typically select all the events that match that criteria and then click on Create Export and MM will create an HY3 file that contains the results from all of the events/rounds that you have selected.  Typically you would export this file to a diskette and then take it to another computer to Import.




Please keep in mind that when merging results from the source computer to a target computer, the events in the source Database must be a higher status than the one in the target Database.  For example, if event 9 is timed finals and computer A has results completed, but not scored, the round is "done". If the computer B has the same event with results done and scored, B cannot be merged into A. The final round "done" and the final round "scored" are considered the same level. The only way computer Be's data for event 9 can be merged is if in computer A event 9 is either unseeded or round 1 seeded.  If event 10 is prelim/final, then finals done/scored is higher than finals seeded, prelims done, prelims seeded, and unseeded.