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While this is easier for titling, what is the specification for a set using this single year criteria?

ie. does "1997-98 Pacific Omega" get put as "1997 Pacific Omega" or "1998 Pacific Omega".

I know for baseball and football these don't make for problems since their regular seasons fall in a calendar year, but I ask in that I noted some obvious errors in the hockey sets using this type of convention.
bob_TCC
QUOTE(snowblink @ Jan 21 2008, 04:10 PM)
While this is easier for titling, what is the specification for a set using this single year criteria?

ie. does "1997-98 Pacific Omega" get put as "1997 Pacific Omega" or "1998 Pacific Omega".

I know for baseball and football these don't make for problems since their regular seasons fall in a calendar year, but I ask in that I noted some obvious errors in the hockey sets using this type of convention.
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The database supports start and end year for every set. In fact, I've been properly using those fields when adding basketball and hockey sets over the last 4-5 days.

So, we'll certainly want to loop through the previously entered sets and update them to specify both a start and end year. wink.gif

-Bob
snowblink
Okay, good to know since that always helps with hockey releases.
bob_TCC
QUOTE(snowblink @ Jan 23 2008, 04:26 PM)
Okay, good to know since that always helps with hockey releases.
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Understood. wink.gif

If you click here, you'll see that most or all of the newer sets have been entered using both a start and end year.

-Bob
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