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How does a Team change Clubs?Printable

Occasionally an entire Team will change Clubs. The website database is not interested in the politics behind a decision. If the new Club is okay with the change, so is the website.

There are two concerns:

  • Team ID Number
  • Players
Team Id #
The Team Id # represents the District, RegistrationLeague, Club and Team. Consequently, when a team switches Clubs, it needs a completely new Team Id#. Best is to Add a New Team and not try to edit the old Team.
Players
The Redwood League database Players Id # (User Key #) is unique to the Player and has no connection to the Team, Club, Playing League or District. All the Players keep their existing Player ID #s.
Administrator Tool - Change Team ID
The Administrator can invoke a Tool called 'Change Team ID' and have all data records change from one team ID to another team ID. Club still needs to be changed in the Teams table independently.

Form the new team via the Registration-Add new Team functionality and contact the webmaster to effect the change. This is important if you want past match records to be associated with the new team.

Steps to take

  1. Form the new team via the Registration-Add new Team functionality.
  2. Ask the webmaster to use the 'Change Team ID' tool. give the webmaster the old team Id number and the new team Id number. (The number is in the 02-03-CC-TTTTTT format.) This is important if you want past match records to be associated with the new team.
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Updated 5/9/2015