GSIS Auto Resolver Tool
- A new option is available under the Games tab in Edit Station called GSIS Auto Resolver Tool.
- The tool will search across a pre-selected Thunder folder and display masters that follow the NFL naming convention for NFL and NCAA games.
- Masters that don’t match the naming convention will not be displayed.
- Masters that have been previously resolved, prepended with (Resolve), will not be displayed.
- Edits will not be displayed.
- Masters are matched up with their game data by looking at the MasterGameNumber and MasterSeason. Those must match with a GSIS game with the same Game Number and Season. Both teams listed on the master must then match the teams listed in the GSIS game data.
- Masters will not be resolved if any of the following occur.
- Play Count Mismatch: The number of plays in the video master doesn’t match the number of plays in the GSIS data.
- Game Number Mismatch: The game number provided in the master name doesn’t match a game number provided in the GSIS data.
- Team Mismatch: The team codes provided in the master name don’t match the team codes provided in the GSIS data.
- League Mismatch: The league selected in the dropdown menu does not match the game number or team codes provided in the master name.
- Season Mismatch: The season selected in the dropdown menu does not match the season provided in the master name.
- Already Resolved: If a master name matches a game that has been previously resolved via the GSIS Auto Resolver or GSIS Resolver tools.
- League: Dropdown menu to select NCAA or NFL.
- Season: Dropdown menu to select the season. Only masters that match the season selected will be matched up and resolved. Due to limitations, only games from the 2015-2016 season and beyond can be resolved via the tool.
- Folder Mapping: Open the NCAA Folder Mapping window.
- Send to Team Folder: Automatically distribute edits based on Game Plan or Folder Mapping configurations.
- NFL games will be automatically distributed to the team Game Plan folder.
- NCAA games will be distributed to team folders defined in the Folder Mapping window.
- Master Location: Folder where the masters are located.
- Output Location: Folder to distribute the created edits to.
- Create Secondary Edit: Checkbox that allows users to create a secondary version of the edit from the away team’s perspective.
- Create Extra Copy: Checkbox that allows users to create an extra copy of each edit. If a secondary edit is being created then an extra edit will be created for both versions.
- Master: Name of the master file.
- #: Number of plays in the master.
- Date: Date of the game provided by the GSIS data.
- Home: Home team provided by the GSIS data.
- Away: Away team provided by the GSIS data.
- ODK: Side of ball for the data provided by the GSIS.
- #: Number of plays provided by the GSIS data for that side of ball.
- Status: Auto resolver status.
- Naming Template: Menu used to create the default naming structure for the edits created by the tool.
- Copy Results to Clipboard: Button that allows users to copy the final results of the resolve process to the computer clipboard so they can be pasted into another program (ie. Excel).
- Run Import Jobs: Menu used to run the GSIS import jobs from the internal team GSIS server to your Thunder server.
- Update: GSIS game and Player Participation Update window.
- Setup: GSIS field and team mapping setup window.
- Matchup: Button that will scan the master location and find all available games to be resolved. It will also pair the masters with their associated GSIS data.
- Resolve: Button that is activated after the matchup process is complete. This will start the GSIS auto resolve process for all masters that meet the requirements for resolving.
GSIS Auto Resolver - Folder Mapping
- Users have the option to distribute resolved edits to team specific folders through the GSIS Auto Resolver.
- Within the Auto Resolver users will have an option to Send to Team Folder during the distribution process.
- Map NCAA team folders by clicking on the Folder Mapping button.
- By default, folder mappings will distribute all side of ball edits to the folder that’s defined.
- Check the Separate by Side-of-Ball box to distribute team edits based on the ODK values.
- Folder mappings are season specific and must be set up annually.
- Users will not be able to utilize the auto-resolve/distribution unless all teams being resolved have a folder mapped.
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