No, there's not.
All of a sudden this topic has become interesting to me as I figure out how to run a Level II match from the stats perspective.
Is there a sandbox of the Online Self-Serve Squadding that we can play with and practice uploading competitor info and downloading squad data from? Some of the questions below maybe answered by being able to play with the sandbox.
Either or. You can decide to send to the people you're uploading new or not send at all. You can also send a separate blast of your choice of content to all of your registered competitors.
The page at http://www.uspsa.org...mdOverview.html seems to say that I can upload multiple times. Is an email sent to all competitors each time, or it only sends to the new ones on each upload? How do I get notified of bounced email? What does the email look like?
No, otherwise no one (including me) would ever use it. Again. The cycle is: 1) Register a batch of people in ezws; 2) Upload to self-service squadding; 3) Squad people yourself initially in self-service squadding according to "squad with requests"; 4) Let people move themselves around as they like; 5) download and import back into ezws; 6) Go back to step 1 and repeat as required by more entries showing up in the mail.
Also, is the download a one time event? The same page recommends downloading only when the match has been locked. Can I download the squadding data and import that file into EzWinScore before the match is locked or will EzWinScore only allow one import per match?
Individual passwords per competitor, generated by the web application, which you can reset as you like.
Is there a little more info an the "Lost PW info" section? Is there only one password for all competitors for the match, or are there individual passwords per shooter per match?
Shoot time is the starting time of that particular squad at their first stage on their first day of competition. Just block off a series of squads and label them (as an example) "Sat AM/Sun AM" or "Sat PM/Sun AM". Others you'll label as "Friday All-day", "Sat All-day", etc.
Is that "shoot time" essentially the "tee off" time? Or is it the block of time they are shooting? How do I setup one or more squads that shoot half on day 1 and half on day 2?