sd3 results format

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Gordon Saxby

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May 23, 2016, 5:36:08 PM5/23/16
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I downloaded some sd3 files from here (South East Regional Championships) - https://www.swimmeets.org/calendar/showevent.php?id=659 - unfortunately, they do not (appear to) use HyTek so no "normal" results zip file with cl2 & hy3 files.

They downloaded OK into Team Manager, although it didn't seem to cope with heat and final time for the same event.

I looked through all the documents I have managed to gather from this forum, (particularly https://groups.google.com/forum/#!searchin/sdif-forum/sd3/sdif-forum/60WpYBNa8FE/fRGGtepL-ggJ) but none of them seem to describe the format of these files.

Below is a sample:

C18        ZZDORSDorking                       Dorking                                                                                                          
C28        ZZDORS                                                                                                                                              
D08        
Xxxxxx, Xxx                 123456          0921200114MM  501    UNOV0430201600:26.85L                  00:26.65L                                    
D3                                                                                                                                                              
D08        
Xxxxxx, Xxx                 123456          0921200114MM  501    UNOV0430201600:26.65L                  00:26.84L                                    


I would assume the D3 line is something to do with the fact that this swimmer competed in a heat and a final. Where they didn't, the D3 line does not exist.

Does anyone have the sd3 file defined?


I am quite pleased with myself that I've managed to read and import meet event files (ev3), but the results files look way more complicated!!

Mike Walsh

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May 23, 2016, 6:34:37 PM5/23/16
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This is the best (easiest to read) version of the SDIF specification I am aware of.

 

http://www.winswim.com/ftp/Standard%20Data%20Interchange%20Format.pdf

 

The original USA Swimming specification is painful to read as it little more than an ASCII file formatted with spaces.

 

Mike

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Gordon Saxby

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May 25, 2016, 7:18:17 PM5/25/16
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Thanks Mike, that's great! 
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