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[TYPE];[IDENT];[CLASS];[COMBINATION];[LENGTH];[CLIMB];[START];[CTRL1]; … ;[CTRLn];[FINISH]
 
[TYPE];[IDENT];[CLASS];[COMBINATION];[LENGTH];[CLIMB];[START];[CTRL1]; … ;[CTRLn];[FINISH]
  
[TYPE]: Course type (individual race or relay)
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*[TYPE]: Course type (individual race or relay)
[IDENT]: Course identification. Example: M21-17 (course name and startnumber)
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*[IDENT]: Course identification. Example: M21-17 (course name and startnumber)
[CLASS]: Class name
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*[CLASS]: Class name
[COMBINATION]: Variation code. Example: BCCA
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*[COMBINATION]: Variation code. Example: BCCA
[LENGTH]: Course length
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*[LENGTH]: Course length
[CLIMB]: Course climb
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*[CLIMB]: Course climb
[START]: Start code
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*[START]: Start code
[CTRL1] ... [CTRLn]: Control 1 - n codes
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*[CTRL1] ... [CTRLn]: Control 1 - n codes
[FINISH]: Finish code
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*[FINISH]: Finish code
  
  
  
 
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Version vom 11. Mai 2012, 14:28 Uhr

(This function is only available in course setting projects!)

Import Courses from ORware

With this function course definitions exported as *.txt or *.csv file from the event software ORware can be imported to an OCAD course setting project. This import is primarily thought for events where the runners from a class have individual courses (butterflies, loops etc.). The import creates one course per runner with it's individual course definition.

The course setting objects (start, controls, finish etc.) have to be added to the course setting project before starting with the import.


File structure

[TYPE];[IDENT];[CLASS];[COMBINATION];[LENGTH];[CLIMB];[START];[CTRL1]; … ;[CTRLn];[FINISH]

  • [TYPE]: Course type (individual race or relay)
  • [IDENT]: Course identification. Example: M21-17 (course name and startnumber)
  • [CLASS]: Class name
  • [COMBINATION]: Variation code. Example: BCCA
  • [LENGTH]: Course length
  • [CLIMB]: Course climb
  • [START]: Start code
  • [CTRL1] ... [CTRLn]: Control 1 - n codes
  • [FINISH]: Finish code


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