Performance Alerts now fire from both parent or child entered data

Performance Alerts were only firing when data was entered onto the site that the user was an active user on. This meant that if a coach on the parent site had access to an event form that was linked between a parent and a child site and they ALSO had access to an athlete shared between a parent and a child site, any alerts set up on the parent site would ONLY fire when data was entered on the parent site. Thus, if data was entered on the child site, the alert would not fire because the coach was not added to the child site, so even though the data flowed through to the parent site for the coach to view, the alert on the parent site would not fire. This has been amended and now alerts fire for linked forms entered on the parent or the child site (and vice versa) for linked athletes.

Now when an alert is set up on the parent site, and the Event Form and the Athletes are linked, the alert will fire when data is entered in the child site.

When the Shared Medical form data is entered on the parent site, the alert on the parent site fires (as per the status quo)

Now, when the Shared Medical form is entered on the child site, the alert on the parent site fires

Now, when the Shared Medical form is entered on the child site, the alert on the parent site fires

Any child site alerts that are set up will fire as expected

The data also flows to the parent site, AND the alert set up on the parent site is fired. So even though the coach on the parent site is NOT a user on the child site, because they have access to the Shared Medical form AND the athlete, the alert fires.

N.B. Alert filters MUST still be met, as per any performance alert.

N.B. Forms that are copied and NOT linked between a parent and child site will NOT fire an alert.

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