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  • 1.  Sidearm Sports Data

    Posted 03-06-2024 15:24

    Just wanted to ask the community if anyone has had any luck pulling data from a company called Sidearm Sports. The xml file they sent me works fine but I'm having issues finding a way to connect the Xpression and the stats system. It turns out I'm dealing with different networks. Looking for any tips or ideas.



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    ERIC RODRIGUEZ
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  • 2.  RE: Sidearm Sports Data

    Posted 03-06-2024 15:58

    You could use VB and MSXML2.XMLHTTP



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    Azathoth
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  • 3.  RE: Sidearm Sports Data

    Ross Staff
    Posted 03-07-2024 05:24

    You can install a Datalinq Server locally on the machine where the XML is being generated (if its a PC). And then you can add multiple Datalinq Servers to your XPression Project. You might have better performance and XML file reading reliability if your Datalinq Server can read the file locally and your over network communications are just Datalinq to XPression. 

    Datalinq Server isn't licensed software, so you can install it anywhere you want and as many times as you want. And you can add as many Datalinq Servers to your XPression project as you need.