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What is the thing called Source in the Match definition?Printable

What is the thing called Source in the Match definition?

District IV has a organizational relationship with the Kitsap Peninsula Soccer Referees Association (KPSRA) to provide licensed Referees to certain matches scheduled by District IV. However, this only applies to selected or specific types of Matches.

Generally, KPSRA provides officials to U11 and above matches scheduled by District IV, some organized tournaments, and a variety of State Cups (such as the WSYSA President's Cup, Commissioners Cup, and Championship Cup).

The District IV Source Field

The District IV and KPSRA Websites are now linked to enable the sharing of data. This sharing eliminates duplication of data and the need to make any changes to schedules on both sites – just the site that is designated as the master for that match. The element utilized to identify which database is the Master for that particular match is called the Match Source. When the Match Source is listed as District IV, it is the District IV site that contains the Master data for this particular Match and therefore changes only need be made on the District IV website and they will be automatically reflected into the KPSRA website.

All District IV controlled matches utilize "District IV" as the Source.