Doesn't the completeness, the accuracy and the timeliness of the information submitted by the tournament hosts and/or club directors drive when and what appears on AES, leaving AES dependent on data they don't necessarily get or get on time?
Had an interesting example this past weekend of a quick posting to AES. The tournament hosts, whose club team my DD was playing, presumedly posted the results of the match before the match was over - one of the parents stumbled on the info while looking for other results during the match. My DDs team came from a set down to win in 3, but guess which team was listed early as the winner on AES.
Does anyone have the data submission standards published by AES? Is there an AES rep out there who can explain? Would be interesting.
Not sure what you mean by "data submission standards". Unless GIGO is the standard.
I have worked with AES. There is a score entry screen. You select the match, then the winner, and then you enter the scores of the match. It's pretty simple.
If you enter the wrong match, winner, or scores, then the system displays the wrong result. there is nothing fancy about the results entry page.