The TSW administration software has introduced a feature that prevents multiple sources of local database from overwriting important changes on the server. When engaged, the synchronization lock will prevent a computer from performing a SYNC CURRENT with the server. The lock is engaged at the start of a SYNC CURRENT process on an unlocked event, […]
A little known feature but very useful feature on TSW is the ability to block online registration for any specific bracket on your tournament. When there is a specific combination of skill level, weight class, and age group for which you wish to prevent online registration, you can easily do so using TSW. This is useful when […]
The new networking option on TSW offers tournament organizers a simplified and effective way of linking multiple computers together on a single local tournament database. This new option allows you to update your tournament in real time and instantly disseminate match results to multiple locations throughout a tournament venue. When used with TSW’s free feature […]
You can now specify a Maximum Currency value for a promo code. This new value works similarly to the way the Minimum Currency field works on a promo code. The promo code is valid only when the value of the registration reaches the Minimum Currency value, but cannot be greater than the Maximum Currency value. […]
The release of the most recent Update file requires a re-installation of TSW on your computer. The latest installation package was just released on April 29th 2015. In keeping up with recent changes to operating systems and Java Real Time Environment, we needed to rebuild the installation package for compatibility with the new environment. If […]
TSW version 9.0 has been recently released for public use. To start using it, exit and rerun TSW, and select to Update when prompted at the program start. Version 9.0 requires the latest installation package. If you have an installation that is older than a year, you need to Uninstall the old TSW, and then […]
You can now use the STRONGVON Tournament Management System to print labels containing information about a specific match on a bracket. The labels can be given to a competitor so he can identify his next opponent and obtain any additional information about the match, such as location, time, or coordinator.