When a tournament is selected from the calendar a modal window displays the tournament information in read-only mode.
To edit a tournament you must be part of the same organization that created the tournament. If this is the case, a Pencil Icon appears in the upper right-hand corner.
Once in Editing Mode other tabs and options become available, and the tournament information fields become editable.
To exit Editing Mode, click on the Check Mark in the upper right hand corner.
If TMX is enabled for publishing to CourtHive.com/Live then a small set of keys will appear top-center.
The color of the keys indicates whether the TMX is authorized for publishing.
If the an Administrator Key has been entered, clicking the keys icon will generate an authorization code which can be sent to a referee or tournament organizer.
Authorization keys can also be used by administrators to pre-publish tournament notes, registration information, social media links, and even event and draws in advance of passing on control to staff who will manage tournaments on-site.
When an authorization key is entered the corresponding tournament is automatically “pulled” from the CourtHive Cloud Server into the local TMX database.
If a tournament record has been “pushed to the CourtHive Cloud Server., clicking the “Cloud Fetch” icon will offer the option of “pulling” the tournament record into TMX, or “merging” any published events with the local tournament record.
“Cloud Fetch” capabilities make it possible to pass versions of a tournament between referees/organizers who may be present at different tournament venues. The same capabilities underlie the ability of TMX to delegate entire tournaments to mobile devices so that referees can spent more time courtside.
Download Tournament Record
When downloading a tournament record from the CourtHive Cloud Server. you are presented with a dialogue which includes a timestamp for when the record was pushed to the server.
If no version of the current tournament has been pushed to the server, an error message is shown.
Tournament events are published independently. In other words, tournament events may be published without a tournament record ever having been “pushed” to the CourtHive Cloud Server.. The ability to fetch published events means that the latest published version of events may be merged into a local copy of a tournament which exists on an administrator computer, for instance.
Tournament Web Link
Click this icon to generate a QR Code which can be included with marketing materials related to a tournament. The Tournament Web Link icon also copies a web address which can be included with emails or other social media.