Important Builder Site Parent Child-Linking Considerations

Before Event Forms are linked or copied between sites, it is important to consider the following limitations:

Event Forms and Profile Forms CAN be linked between the parent and child sites and vice versa

Event Forms with linked Profile Fields CAN be successfully shared between a parent and a child site, only if the child site has access to all linking Profile Forms, and there are NO Profile Forms on the child site with the same Profile Form Names

Event Forms with linked Event Form Fields CAN be successfully shared between a parent and a child site, only if the child site has access to all linking Profile Forms, and there are NO Profile Forms on the child site with the same Profile Form Names

Event Forms with In Form Reports CAN be successfully shared between a parent and a child site,

Event Forms with In Form Reports CAN be successfully shared between a parent and a child site. Regardless of the way , but only if the child site has access to all of the Forms used to create the In Form Reports, and there are Event Forms on the child site with the same Event Form Names

Event Forms with Databases in them can successfully be shared between sites, BUT the database must be "Linked" NOT SHARED between the sites

Event Forms with Databases in them can successfully be shared between sites, BUT the database must be "Linked" NOT SHARED between the sites.

If the databases are ONLY shared between sites and users any database entries made will NOT link between the parent and the child sited.

Event Forms with Related Events set for them can be successfully shared between sites, BUT all or some of the Raleated Events MUST also be shared, and NO other forms on a child site can be set as a related event on shared Event Form must be "Linked" NOT SHARED between the sites

Ongoing maintenance to an Event Form

MOST IMPORTANTLY, when an Event Form is deleted on the Parent Site, it is deleted from the Child Sie

When an Event Form Name is edited, the name change ALSO occurs on the Event Form in the Child Site

The example here shows an Event Form that is linked and has data entered and shared between the Child and Parent site

When an Event Field Name is migrated, the migration ALSO occurs for the field in Event Form in the Child Site

When an Event Field Option is migrated, the migration ALSO occurs for the option in Event Form in the Child Site

A Linked Event Form with a Status Indicator Field will be applied to both sites

A Linked Event Form with a Status Indicator Field will be applied to both sites

If you build an Event Form in the Parent Site that has a field set to identify the status of the athlete, this field will ALSO set the status on the child site as well. Please make sure you do NOT have competing status indicators between parent and child sites, or the colouring of the athletes and their status WILL break.

Performance Standards created in the Parent Site are NOT linked to the Child Site, and vice versa

Performance Standards created in the Parent Site are NOT linked to the Child Site, and vice versa

Performance Explanations set up in the Parent Site are NOT linked to the Child Site and vice versa

Performance Explanations set up in the Parent Site are NOT linked to the Child Site and vice versa

However, a user could set up a Performance Standard and Performance Explanation Module to copy these across

Currently, user are ONLY shared between a parent or child site and vice versa if they are added by your distributor

If one athlete is added to a child site, and then a user tries to add them to a parent site using the add person button, they will not be abe to be added.

Roles in the Parent Site are NOT linked to the Child Site

There is NO link at all between the Parent Sites and the Child Sites for ANY of the Roles. This means if an Administrator on the Parent site adds an existing user (that is shared between the two sites) into a new Role on the Parent site, or amends their existing Role/s, NO changes will occur at all on the Child site and vice versa.

Groups in the Parent Site are NOT linked to the Child Site

There is NO link at all between the Parent Sites and the Child Sites for ANY of the grouping structures. This means if an Administrator on the Parent site adds an existing user (that is shared between the two sites) into a new group on the Parent site, NO changes will occur at all on the Child site and vice versa.

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