RANKING RULES

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RANKING RULES

Description

A Ranking Rule precisely defines how a list of participants competing in an event should be sorted to create a result list.

 

Attribute Name

Type

Description

RankingRules

List of RankingRule

An ordered list of RankingRule to follow to sort two participants in an event.

The result engine must apply each ranking rule to sort a result list. Typically though there will only be one RankingRule.S

This attribute is required. There must be one or more RankingRules listed.

Discountinued

Boolean

If True, it means this Definition is no longer actively used.

HierarchialName

String formatted as a Hierarchical Name

The unique name space and proper name of this definition.

Required. The namespace must be assigned to the users account when uploaded to Orion's cloud [include link].

SetName

String formatted as a Set Name

Unique identifier given to this definition within all RANKING RULES objects.

This value is controlled by Orion, users should not add this attribute to their definition files. See Set Names for more information.

Version

String as a Version.

Version number.

Required.

Type

String formatted as Type

The type of reconfigurable rulebook definition. Must be the value "RANKING RULES".

Required.

Owner

String

The IAM user name of the Orion account. Of the form OrionAcctnnnnnn. Where nnnnnnis the Orion account number. For example OrionAcct001234.

Required.

Discipline

String formatted as a Discipline

The shooting discipline that uses this SCORE FORMAT COLLECTION

Required.

Subdiscipline

String formatted as a Subdiscipline and Tags

The subdiscipline to categorize this RANKING RULES.

Not required, but strongly recommended.

Tags

List of Strings formatted as a Subdiscipline and Tags

The tag or tags to categorize with.

Not required but strongly recommended.

 


 

Note:

The Reconfigurable Rulebook and functionality will be implemented with the release of Orion Scoring System v. 3.0 (TBA)