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NoBrainer
2016.10.26, 05:02 PM
ZRound Suite 1.15 build 6 was the one I got tonight...


But I have a question or maybe two.

"Live results at http://www.zround.com/results"

Can this be altered to some other host?

Can you set up a time schedule in this build?
So that you can set up a championship with lets say 2 different classes, and they will start qualifying and 17:00
Second qualify at 17:15
Third qualify at 17:30
First main at 18:00
etc...
etc...

Maybe one class first, then the other or a possibility to have all qualify for first class, then all qualify for second class, then all mains for first class, then all mains for the second class.

And when each round is finished, upload it to the web-server?

arch2b
2016.10.27, 07:53 AM
Is that found on the ZRound website? RCKenon still has 1.15.5.

NoBrainer
2016.10.27, 08:28 AM
yeah it was the big download button on the front page.
I thought I downloaded 1.15 build 5....

zround
2016.10.27, 04:18 PM
ZRound Suite 1.15 build 6 was the one I got tonight...

But I have a question or maybe two.

"Live results at http://www.zround.com/results"

Can this be altered to some other host?

I add a results page to zround.com because a lot of people don't own a site or they don't know how manage html files, ftp, and other nerd friendly words :-)

The static html files will be still available but the feautre is deprecated. I mean new features/format/options/reports won't be included on them.

After six months working the results site only have 22 users (sincerely, under my expectations based on user requests). Anyway I use it for myself and I love it. Data can be uploaded automatically (user option) if you have an internet link at track.

The results site only run on zround.com. I have not planned to make the web application source code public neither distribute on-premises verions.


Can you set up a time schedule in this build?
So that you can set up a championship with lets say 2 different classes, and they will start qualifying and 17:00
Second qualify at 17:15
Third qualify at 17:30
First main at 18:00
etc...
etc...

Maybe one class first, then the other or a possibility to have all qualify for first class, then all qualify for second class, then all mains for first class, then all mains for the second class.

And when each round is finished, upload it to the web-server?

I have been working hard this year with the result site. I started with the scheduling feature on Dec/2015 but it is "paused" because of the lack of time.

You can follow up the feature status at http://www.zround.com/support/view.php?id=4. It is still on my to-do list.

zround
2016.10.27, 04:22 PM
Is that found on the ZRound website? RCKenon still has 1.15.5.

Despite of the version number shown on the web, the link published by rcKenon (thanks Philip for supporting ZRound) is allways the latest version.

Regards.

arch2b
2016.10.28, 06:33 AM
i would love to share our results but our location has no accessible internet access. :(

zround
2016.10.28, 04:54 PM
i would love to share our results but our location has no accessible internet access. :(

We don't have internet at track. I zip the "Datos" folder and restore at home to upload the results and videos.

It takes 5 minutes :cool:

arch2b
2016.10.28, 05:26 PM
Never occurred to me to try that!

arch2b
2016.10.29, 07:46 AM
when you do that, do you have to copy the entire 'datos' folder? i typically just copy the event folder itself. many times, when this is copied back to my home pc, it will not show up in championship manager. is there a corresponding data file that needs to be copied with specific events?

how does one register for the web results? it asks for a username, password and authentication key.

zround
2016.10.29, 01:05 PM
when you do that, do you have to copy the entire 'datos' folder? i typically just copy the event folder itself. many times, when this is copied back to my home pc, it will not show up in championship manager. is there a corresponding data file that needs to be copied with specific events?

Only zround.mdb and the folder with the race details are needed. It can be exported to a zip file from the file menu. At home you must restore the files to the right location.

how does one register for the web results? it asks for a username, password and authentication key.
Username/Password is the account registered on zround.com. The key must be requested by e-mail. I see you are registered just now. I have sent you the authorization key, check your email inbox.

NoBrainer
2016.10.29, 07:24 PM
Only zround.mdb and the folder with the race details are needed. It can be exported to a zip file from the file menu. At home you must restore the files to the right location.


Username/Password is the account registered on zround.com. The key must be requested by e-mail. I see you are registered just now. I have sent you the authorization key, check your email inbox.

This is great!
From your zround.com. How do you separate the different clubs?

edit: ok I see all in spanish and you just list them. That might work.
Have to look into the "backup / restore" bit. or might have to talk to guys at the track for uploading to zround.com

arch2b
2016.10.29, 09:18 PM
Uploaded a bunch of results today. I'll have to go back and rebuild data for most of the past stuff. I've got years of data but don't want to flood it all on there.

zround
2016.10.30, 09:37 AM
This is great!
From your zround.com. How do you separate the different clubs?

edit: ok I see all in spanish and you just list them. That might work.
Have to look into the "backup / restore" bit. or might have to talk to guys at the track for uploading to zround.com

Different clubs should use different accounts.

You can use the "English" flag on the top menu to change the language.