Encode that "#" symbol to %23. It's a reserved character in HTML.Alex wrote:Command=TournamentsResults&Date=2009-03-12&Name=Tournament #02
sorry for bugging you...but what's wrong with these parameters?
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Do you have any examples?Kent Briggs wrote:Use the TournamentsResults API for that. You'll have to parse the output to get it in the format you need for your own database.Alex wrote:How about one where you can save tournament results to a mysql database?
Just the one for fetching and displaying the raw results file:Alex wrote:Do you have any examples?
http://www.briggsoft.com/docs/pmavens/A ... ey_results
There's lots of PHP examples out there for uploading files. But you'll need some human approval process in the mix to not only check for obscene images, but to enforce the specific 48x48 GIF/PNG/SWF format. Plus most people won't have the ability to create one with a transparent background so it fits nicely on a round seat.Alex wrote:Maybe add something in here for users adding custom avatars on a web page and it updating the game client?
May be helpful to some people.
The name of the table. Help docs posted below. Don't forget to URLEncode() that if it has # symbols or other reserved html characters in the name.Alex wrote:I almost have the hand history working...but I'm having trouble with the url...
what is the name parameter?
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LogsHandHistory - call without any parameters to retrieve a list of dates and table names where a hand history file was created. Example output will look something like this: Result=Ok Files=2 Date1=2009-03-01 Name1=Ring Game #1 Date2=2009-03-05 Name2=Tournament #3 - Table 1 Call with a Date parameter in the format of yyyy-mm-dd and a Name parameter to retrieve the contents of a hand history file. Example output will look something like this: Result=Ok Hand #3859-1 - 2009-02-18 18:31:12 Game: No Limit Hold'em (500 - 2000) - Blinds 10/20 Site: Briggs Softworks Table: Ring Game #1 Seat 4: pm2 (2000) Seat 9: pm1 (1180) pm2 has the dealer button pm2 posts small blind 10 pm1 posts big blind 20 ** Hole Cards ** pm2 folds pm1 refunded 10 pm1 wins Pot (20)
Hi,rjones33 wrote:Kent is correct. It is really very simple. The way I have my workflow setup, everything runs through the website. For example, when a user goes to my site and creates a user account, I create the the account via the api and also write the information to a table in a SQL database. I also use this data as the user's membership data to access the website so everything stays in sync and one set of credentials get the user into everthing: website, forums, poker server, etc. Go by the site and check it out at http://www.pokersharkz.netlp69 wrote:How do you do that ? I thought it wasn't possible, I didn't figure out how to have the poker server retrieve the data from the SQL database.
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