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How to send data to INTV Atlas Sport?

  1. In the INTV “Sport Proxy System” use “OCRTCP” connection option in the “Data Receiver” tab, select the port with port_number for TCP connection
  2. In Scoreboard OCR choose “INTV Atlas Sport” output option
  3. Enter INTV Atlas Sport connection details:
    tcp://host:port
    tcp://localhost:1234
  4. Set up the following field names in Scoreboard OCR
    1. “Period” for the period
    2. “ScoreGuest” for the guest team account (in the “Sport Proxy System” the field is referred to as “ScoreB”)
    3. “ScoreHome” for the home team score (in the “Sport Proxy System” the field is referred to as “ScoreA”)
    4. “FoulsGuest” for the number of fouls of the guest team (in the “Sport Proxy System” the field is referred to as “FoulsB”)
    5. “FoulsHome” for the number of fouls of the home team (in the “Sport Proxy System” the field is referred to as “FoulsA”)
    6. “Time” for time
    7. “AttackTime” for attack time
    8. “TimeOutGuest” for the timeout of the guest team (in the “Sport Proxy System” the field is referred to as “TimeOutB”)
    9. “TimeOutHome” for the timeout of the home team (in the “Sport Proxy System” the field is referred to as “TimeOutA”)
  5. Contact Vitaly Putilin if you need more help to configure INTV Atlas Sport

Scoreboard OCR will create a TCP socket server, to which INTV Atlas Sport will connect as a client.
Command sent when updating data:

Time=2:45\CR\LF
AttackTime=12\CR\LF
intv.txt · Last modified: 2020/03/22 21:19 by arturs