Scott Siettmann
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Does Export to HyTek produce a HyTek compatible CSV?
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I've been a HyTek user for many years and have used RaceTab a little. I'm starting to think I'd like to use RaceTab much more. I've been reluctant to spend too much time with it due to track and…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Scott Siettmann May 6.

 

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Scott Siettmann replied to Scott Siettmann's discussion Does Export to HyTek produce a HyTek compatible CSV?
"Randy, I found out by accident with HyTek that there is no need to export separate results files for boys and girls to upload to MaxPreps. A while back I had exported only 1 results file and uploaded it for both boys and girls without any problem,…"
May 6

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Jason Byrne replied to Scott Siettmann's discussion Does Export to HyTek produce a HyTek compatible CSV?
"Sounds like you found a bug with the Hytek/CSV export and filtering by a certain gender. Honestly, probably just something that I never tested before. Glad it was easy enough to fix, but sorry it added a little work for you."
Apr 30
Randy Mayes replied to Scott Siettmann's discussion Does Export to HyTek produce a HyTek compatible CSV?
"I just hosted a meet in Colorado with Racetab and used the export function to export to the Hytek format and then uploaded the csv produced by Racetab to Maxpreps and it worked fine.  The only issue I had is you have to upload the girls and…"
Apr 30
Jim Gerweck replied to Scott Siettmann's discussion Does Export to HyTek produce a HyTek compatible CSV?
"We've been using A.net for meet entries all season - little to no problem importing into RaceTab."
Feb 1
Tom Ahlberg replied to Scott Siettmann's discussion Does Export to HyTek produce a HyTek compatible CSV?
"Thanks"
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Jason Byrne replied to Scott Siettmann's discussion Does Export to HyTek produce a HyTek compatible CSV?
"Same answer as above, except remove MaxPreps and insert A.net. The intention is to support Hytek. If they use the same format then sure. "
Jan 9
Tom Ahlberg replied to Scott Siettmann's discussion Does Export to HyTek produce a HyTek compatible CSV?
"IS the Semi-colon file compatible with Athletic.net?"
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Jason Byrne replied to Scott Siettmann's discussion Does Export to HyTek produce a HyTek compatible CSV?
"Probably, but I'm not familiar with the MaxPreps system. It exports a semicolon delimited file that can be imported by Hytek. It is uses, for example, if there is a qualifier meet... you can export the results and Hytek for the championship…"
Oct 13, 2017
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Does Export to HyTek produce a HyTek compatible CSV?

I've been a HyTek user for many years and have used RaceTab a little. I'm starting to think I'd like to use RaceTab much more. I've been reluctant to spend too much time with it due to track and field in the springtime in Colorado. When meets are complete meet directors are to submit results to MaxPreps and they require a HyTek file. I'm wondering if in RaceTab when you Export to HyTek does that produce a file that MaxPreps would accept?See More
Oct 7, 2017
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