The below example outlines the procedures before and during a competition.
All URL used in this example are for demonstrative purposes only. Please navigate the API starting from the root URL to to find the corresponding URL for your application.
Obtain the competition ID
The competition ID is used in many of the bellow steps an must be obtained as a first step.
If you have trouble locating it with the following methods please contact email@example.com.
- By API
- Query the API at /api/1/competition
- Reduce the list by using the "from" and/or "to" filters matching the dates of your competitions.
- Locate your competition by matching location, discipline, etc.
- The Id column contains the competition Id
- In calendar
- Browse the competition calendar at http://www.worlddancesport.org/Calendar/Competition/Upcoming
- Locate your competition.
- Open the detail page
- Open the competition detail page
- The integer an the end of the competition detail page URL is the competition Id
To be able to submit competition results the API needs to know who is adjudicating the competition.
To add officials you must know their MIN.
A MIN can be obtained by:
- The API
- Query the API at /api/1/person
- Reduce the list by using the type=Adjudicator and name=[adjudicators name] filter
- The Id column is the MIN
- The adjudicators list
- Browse the adjudicators list at http://www.worlddancesport.org/Official/List
- The MIN column is at the far right
Register the official at the competition:
POST /api/1/offical <official> <task>Adjudicator</task> <letter>B</letter> <min>10001422</min> <competitionId>42694</competitionId> </official>
The API will respond:
<status> <code>201</code> <message>Official created</message> <id>8708</id> <link rel="http://services.worlddancesport.org/rel/competition/official" type="application/vnd.worlddancesport.official+xml" xlink:href="https://services.worlddancesport.org/api/1/official/8708"/> </status>
Store the <id> value locally as it is used when you submit results or want to change/delete data of this competition official.
It is recommended to register all couples of a competition at the API before the competition starts. This will allow the public to see who is participating at this competition.
Couples are identified by their ID.
To obtain a couple ID browser the API at /api/1/couple and use the min and/org name filter to locate a couple. The Id column is the couple Id.
Register the couple as a participant at the competition:
POST /api/1/participant <participant kind="couple"> <number>21</number> <status>Present</status> <competitionId>42694</competitionId> <coupleId>rls-4588</coupleId> </participant>
The API will respond:
<status> <code>201</code> <message>Particiapnt created</message> <id>152341</id> <link rel="http://services.worlddancesport.org/rel/competition/particiapnt" type="application/vnd.worlddancesport.participant.couple+xml" xlink:href="https://services.worlddancesport.org/api/1/participant/152341"/> </status>
Store the <id> value locally as it is used when you submit results or want to change/delete data of this participant.
After each round the results including the rank of the couples that are not reaching the next round can be submitted to the API.
Submit results of a couple:
PUT /api/1/particiapant/152341 <participant> <rank>25</rank> <rounds> <round name="1"> <dances> <dance name="WALTZ"> <scores> <mark adjudicator="8708" /> <mark adjudicator="8709" /> </scores> </dance> <dance name="TANGO"> <scores> <mark adjudicator="8708" /> </scores> </dance> ... </dances> </round> </rounds> <participant/>
Closing the competition
Once all rounds are completed and the results of the finalists have bee sent to the API the competition can be marked as closed.
Closing a competition will calculate the competition coefficient and assign WRL points to the couples.
PUT /api/1/competition/42694 <competition> <status>Closed</status> </competition>