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THE IJSC EVENT REPORTING SYSTEM
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IJreport.org - Frequent Asked Questions
Who should I contact in case of error?
Do I need to Login at the ijreport.org?
How do I Login at the ijreport.org?
Why to Login at the ijreport.org?
What would be the common best practice to post an event report?
Can I post a back page report without posting a first page?
How do I retrieve saved reports?
How do I retrieve all events I took part to use in my application/renewal at ISAF for IJ?
What information do I need to post event reports?
Where do I look for an ISAF sailor id?
What if I don't find an ISAF sailor ID at the ISAF website for the Judge I desire to insert in the report?
What if I submit a first page incomplete and wants to retrieve the one to insert more judges in the panel?
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Who should I contact in case of error?

PLease contact the system developer either through skype or through email
skypeid matiascollins email system at ijreport.org

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Do I need to Login at the ijreport.org?

If you are just checking statistics, and report comments, you do not need to login in.
If you are going to proceed to post a report, it will always be better that you login and if you are not registered then register first then post your reports.
To post first page reports it is necessary to login, to post back page reports (event statistics) it si not necessary to log in, but if youor intention was to save the back page report and then come back then it is necessary to login too.

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How do I Login at the ijreport.org?

You need your ISAF sailor id and the password you selected or the email you used for registering and the same password.
You may login at the home page on the left bottom corner or when going to post a first page report the credentials will be requested.

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Why to Login at the ijreport.org?

The first advantage is that all required fields that a report will ask containing your details will be filled automatically, saving your time on posting.
Another advantage is that to login you were once requested to register, and your information then is available to other Judges to only select and include you in the report they are posting, saving them their time.


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What would be the common best practice to post an event report?

a) First you should login and/or register for the first time
b) Then Click on Go to your control Panel, above your login details
c) Select to post First Page reports
d) Search for the event, if not listed proceed to insert the one by selecting the first line and clicking on button continue
e) Fill in the event properties and click button continue
f) Confirm event insert, becareful typing the verification code
g) On the event screen, and selected the event you have created, click to continue
h) Fill in some more information of the event by selecting the chairman of the event, the pro, etc from the list, if not found in the select list, check the right box and fill in manually the one. Note you need the ISAF sailorID of the person to proceed.
i) Answer the questions about the event
j) Click at the button to continue
k) Proceed to insert the Judge panel in the list
for each judge you must select from the list OR check the right box to insert manually the one (note you need the ISAF sailor id from them).
l) Evaluate this judge if desired, if not just leave No Opinion
m) click on button to insert the Judge in the panel
n) Proceed with k, l and m until the list is complete
o) Once you have finish with the Judges input, click the button to submit the report to the IJSC. Note you may not submit at this moment the report. The one is saved already. p) if you submit the report, an email will arrive showing that you submitted the one to the IJSC. q) Also the next screen will give you the options to post the back page report(statistics).
r) Click at the link to post back page report, it will open a screen with most of the event details already filled and some extra info to be inserted.
s) After inserting all statistics and comments proceed to click button to continue
t) Check the whole report and insert the verification code, then submit. Note the verification code expires after some time.

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Can I post a back page report without posting a first page?

Yes you can at the moment, this might change in the future. But I will recommend registration and posting the report as if it was a single report with first and second page all together.

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How do I retrieve saved reports?

You need to login first then go to your control panel.
There you click Check my report status
The first part is regarding the event statistics reports (backpage) submission
The second part is regarding the first page report
Click over the event that was not submitted the one will appear and you may continue from where you stopped.

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How do I retrieve all events I took part to use in my application/renewal at ISAF for IJ?

Proceed as question before and in the third part you will see all events you took part no matter if you submitted the reports or not.

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What information do I need to post event reports?

1. Regatta Name:
2. Starting Date:
3. Number of classes:
4. Entries:
5. Number of Countries represented:
6. Number of races sailed:
7. Number of requests for redress:
8. Number of Requests for Redress for OCS:
9. Number of requests for redress for OCS granted:
10. Total number of hearing:
11. Appendix P; First Flags:
12. Second Flags:
13. Third Flags:
14. Jury Chairman's Name:
15. Jury Chairman's email address:
16. Jury Members Names, their ISAF sailor IDs, Country and judge certification (IJ or NJ):
17. Arbitration, %Penalty:
18. PRO's Name, ISAF sailor ID, and his email address


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Where do I look for an ISAF sailor id?

The ISAF sailor id from one Judge is found at ISAF website, the following link leads you to the ISAF website, sailors area where you can perform a search.
Note: some International Judges are not found in this list, and you might need to search, going to the tab of race officials, then click on Search for an Official on the left side
ISAF website sailors area

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What if I don't find an ISAF sailor ID at the ISAF website for the Judge I desire to insert in the report?

If you didn't find the judge's ISAF sailor ID in the ISAF website either at the sailors search tab or the race officials search area at the ISAF website. Then it means the Judge did not register at ISAF.
You may add the following as his code country letters XXX (i.e for Thailand the code is THA) followed by Judge initials YY (i.e Gary Superb Sailor the code would be GS ) then the word unk followed by the number 123 The database is periodically checked and we will solve this later for you.
Anyway for the next event remember to ask each one's sailor id during the event, and if not known or not registered, the Judge might do it his ISAF registraion during the event and hand you the sailor id once he is finishes.

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What if I submit a first page incomplete and wants to retrieve the one to insert more judges in the panel?

Once a report is submited it can not be retrieved by the user who submited, however if you contact us we will manage to revert the process so you can continue to insert Judges in the panel. PLease when contacting us we will need the report event's name . Email to contact system at ijreport.org

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We found issues running ijreport.org with the following computer: MACbook, OS 10.4.11 running with Firefox and others. The right side of the report not always display, like this FAQ section. Or saving information at reports might not occur. Please contact us at the following email system at ijreport.org

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