Common Codes Definition

ODF/INT402-R-WOG-2018 v1.5 APP

 

Technology and Information Department

© International Olympic Committee

 


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Contents

1       Introduction  5

1.1.... This Document 5

1.2.... Objective. 5

1.3.... Main Audience. 5

1.4.... Glossary. 5

1.5.... Related Documents. 5

2       Common Codes  6

2.1.... Description. 6

2.2.... Content 6

2.3.... Format 6

2.4.... Paralympic. 6

2.5.... Language. 6

3       Table Definitions  7

3.1.... Accreditation Status. 7

3.2.... Background Report Type. 7

3.3.... Background Sport 7

3.4.... Competition Code. 7

3.5.... Continent 7

3.6.... Country. 8

3.7.... Cluster 8

3.8.... Discipline. 8

3.9.... Discipline Gender 8

3.10.. Discipline Classification (Paralympic only) 9

3.11.. Event 9

3.12.. Event Class (Paralympic only) 9

3.13.. Event Unit (or simply Unit) 10

3.14.. Event Unit Type. 10

3.15.. Function Category. 11

3.16.. Discipline Function (or Results Function) 11

3.17.. Gender (Person) 11

3.18.. H1 Report Titles. 11

3.19.. Horse Breed. 11

3.20.. Horse Colour 12

3.21.. Horse Gender 12

3.22.. Language. 12

3.23.. Location. 12

3.24.. Marital Status. 12

3.25.. National Olympic/Paralympic Committee (NOC / NPC) 13

3.26.. News Item.. 13

3.27.. News Sport 13

3.28.. Organisation (= NOC/NPC + Sport Federation) 13

3.29.. Phase Type. 14

3.30.. Phase. 14

3.31.. Position. 14

3.32.. Record. 14

3.33.. Record Type. 15

3.34.. Schedule Status. 15

3.35.. Session Type. 15

3.36.. Sport 15

3.37.. Sport Gender 15

3.38.. Venue (Competition & non-Competition) 16

3.39.. Venue Weather Region. 16

3.40.. Weather Conditions. 16

3.41.. Weather Region. 16

3.42.. Weather Snow Conditions. 16

3.43.. Wind Direction. 16

4       Results System Code (RSC) 17

5       Document Control 18

5.1.... File Reference. 18

5.2.... Version history. 18

5.3.... Change Log. 18

1         Introduction

1.1          This Document

This document defines the set of data that are considered Common Codes from the Technology perspective of the Olympic and Paralympic Games and other major sports competitions.

This document provides the list of entities that are shared between different systems for Games time, and therefore can be treated as Common Codes.

This document also defines the format for each of the fields to ensure consistency across systems.

This document does not define the content of the Common Codes, which are documented separately.

1.2          Objective

The objective of this document is to provide the basis input to proceed with the definition of the values for the common codes used for Games systems and ODF users.

This document aims to define the Common Codes requirements for all systems used in Games in which these terms apply. 

1.3          Main Audience

The main audience of this document is the OC, Technology Integrator, the On Venue Results supplier and ODF users

1.4          Glossary

Term

 

Description

ACR

 

Accreditation

CGS

 

Core Games Management System

IDS

 

Info Diffusion System

OC

 

Organising Committee

ODF

 

Olympic Data Feed

ODS

 

Olympic Diffusion Systems

OMS

 

Olympic Management Systems

OVR

 

On Venue Results System

RSC

 

Results System Codes

1.5          Related Documents

N/A

2         Common Codes

2.1          Description

Generally speaking, a Common Code is any code that is used in two or more systems or has some significant high use. In the IT Games context, this applies to Games systems and ODF users.

As these systems generate and distribute all the results related information during Games time, any system that is a receiver of such information should be aligned in terms of Common Codes.

2.2          Content

The default character set is UTF-8. All characters in all supported languages are used, including accented characters.

2.3          Format

All Games systems using any or all Common Codes should support the format as defined in this document.

This section describes the specifics of the Paralympics Common Codes.

In principle, Common Codes remain the same in format and content regardless of the Games. However, there are a few exceptions that are listed below. Obviously, the RSC Codes are totally different and are defined separately.

2.4          Paralympic

The Paralympics Common Codes need to be managed separately from the Olympic Common Codes as the stakeholders are different. That is, where the data is different then different tables are maintained.

The only additional entities which need to be added are related to athlete classification otherwise the tables are the same as in able bodies competition.

2.5          Language

Each table definition makes a comment related to language. Depending on use many tables provide for descriptions in multiple languages. The requirements are defined in this column.

3         Table Definitions

This section details the table definition for each table in the common codes.

3.1          Accreditation Status

It is the Accreditation Status for competitors (athletes and officials). It is owned by ACR.

Data Element

Format

Key

Language

Accreditation Status Code

Char(6)

Unique

N/A

Accreditation Status Description

Char(30)

 

English only

3.2          Background Report Type

Data Element

Format

Key

Language

Background Report Type Code

Char(3)

Unique

N/A

Background Report Type Description

Char(40)

 

All supported languages

Background Report Type Long Description

Char (60)

 

All supported languages

3.3          Background Sport

A list of all disciplines and a variety of general categories.

Data Element

Format

Key

Language

Background Sport Code

Char(3)

Unique

N/A

Background Sport Description

Char(40)

 

All supported languages

Background Sport Long Description

Char (60)

 

All supported languages

3.4          Competition Code

The key code in all ODF messages.

Data Element

Format

Key

Language

Competition  Code

Char(15)

Unique

N/A

Competition Code Description

Char(50)

 

All supported languages

3.5          Continent

List of continents, including description in all supported languages:

Data Element

Format

Key

Language

Continent Code

Char (3)

Unique

N/A

Continent Name

Char (30)

 

All supported languages

3.6          Country

List of countries. This list includes historical countries as well.

Data Element

Format

Key

Language

Country Code

Char (3)

Unique

N/A

Country Short Description

Char (30)

 

All supported languages

Country Long Description

Char (60)

 

All supported languages

3.7          Cluster

List of venue clusters.

Data Element

Format

Key

Language

Id

Char (3)

Unique

N/A

Description

Char (25)

 

All supported languages

LongDescription

Char (50)

 

All supported languages

3.8          Discipline

List of disciplines, including some codes belonging to non-sport ‘disciplines’, such as Ceremonies, Training, etc. including descriptions in all supported languages.

Data Element

Format

Key

Language

Comments

Discipline Code

Char (3)

Unique

N/A

 

Sport Code

Char (2)

 

N/A

Corresponding Sport Code only for competition discipline codes.

Discipline non-sport flag

Char (1)

 

N/A

‘Competition’ -> ‘N’

’Non-competition’ -> ‘Y’

Discipline Event Order

Char (4)

 

N/A

‘DATE’ if the events within this discipline should be sorted by date or ‘LOC’ if they should be sorted by location

Discipline Description

Char (40)

 

All supported languages

 

Discipline Scheduled flag

Char (1)

 

N/A

‘Y’ if the discipline must be displayed in Schedules. ‘N’ otherwise.

3.9          Discipline Gender

List of genders associated to a discipline.

Data Element

Format

Key

Language

Discipline Code

Char (3)

Discipline + Gender unique

N/A

Discipline Gender Code

Char (1)

N/A.

Discipline Gender Description

Char (40)

 

All supported languages

3.10       Discipline Classification (Paralympic only)

List of all possible classes applicable in the Paralympics Games:

Data Element

Format

Key

Language

Comments

Discipline Code

Char (3)

Discipline+Class unique

N/A.

See Discipline

Class Code

Char (8)

N/A.

 

Class Name

Char(8)

 

N/A

 

Class Description

Char (30)

 

English

 

3.11       Event

List of events of each discipline-gender, including description in all supported languages.

Data Element

Format

Key

Language

Comments

Discipline Code

Char (3)

Discipline+Gender +Event must be unique.

N/A.

See Discipline

Gender Code

Char (1)

N/A.

See Discipline Gender

Event Code

Char (18)

N/A

 

Sort Order

Number

 

N/A

Indicates the event order within a discipline according to the sport rules.

Event Description

Char (40)

 

All supported languages

 

Team Events

Format(1)

 

N/A

Y if team event

3.12       Event Class (Paralympic only)

Allowed classes in each event (Paralympic only).

Data Element

Format

Key

Language

Discipline Code

Char (3)

Discipline+Gender+Event Code+Event Class must be unique

N/A

Gender Code

Char (1)

N/A

Event Code

Char (18)

N/A

Event Class

Char(8)

N/A

3.13       Event Unit (or simply Unit)

List of event units associated to every discipline-gender-event-phase combination, including description supported languages. It also includes some key data related to Event Unit.

Data Element

Format

Key

Language

Comments

Discipline Code

Char (3)

Discipline+ Gender + Event   + Phase + Event Unit must be unique

N/A

See Discipline

Gender Code

Char (1)

N/A

See Sport Gender

Event Code

Char (18)

N/A

See Event

Phase Code

Char (4)

N/A

See Phase

Event Unit Code

Char (8)

N/A

 

Schedule flag

Char (1)

 

N/A

‘Y’ if scheduled through Competition Schedule app. ‘N’ if otherwise.

Event Unit Medal flag

Number

 

N/A

‘1’ in case of a gold medal event unit. ‘2’ if bronze only. ‘0’ otherwise.

Event Unit Type flag

Char (5)

 

 

See Event Unit Type

CIS Schedule

Char (1)

 

 

Shown in CIS -> ‘Y’

Not shown in CIS -> ‘N’

INFO Schedule

Char (1)

 

 

Shown in INFO (Comp. Schedules) -> ‘Y’

Not shown in INFO (Comp. Schedules) -> ‘N’

Event Unit Short Description

Char (40)

 

All supported languages

 

Event Unit Long Description

Char (80)

 

All supported languages

 

Event Unit Print Description

Char (80)

 

All supported languages

 

3.14       Event Unit Type

List of possible types of competition, it is associated to an event unit.

Data Element

Format

Key

Language

Event Unit Type Code

Char (5)

Unique

N/A.

Event Unit Type Description

Char (50)

 

All supported languages

3.15       Function Category

Groups of functions

Data Element

Format

Key

Language

Function Category Code

Char (1)

Unique

N/A.

Function Category Description

Char (40)

 

English

3.16       Discipline Function (or Results Function)

List of results functions, including description in all supported languages – Each participant in Games will have at least one function, which describes his/her role during Games. Results function is a “translation” of the Accreditation function.

Data Element

Format

Key

Language

Comments

Function Code

Char (8)

)
)Unique
)

N/A

 

Function Discipline

Char (3)

N/A

See Discipline

Function Category

Char (1)

 

 

See Function Category

Function Sort Order

Number

 

N/A

Order numerically with discipline

Function Description

Char (60)

 

All supported languages

 

Partic

Char(1)

 

N/A

Y if used in DT_PARTIC/TEAMS message

Results

Char(1)

 

N/A

Y if used in DT_RESULT message

3.17       Gender (Person)

List of genders referring to a participant:

Data Element

Format

Key

Language

Gender Code

Char (1)

Unique

N/A.

Gender Description

Char (25)

 

All supported languages

3.18       H1 Report Titles

List of the first level report titles in printed reports

Data Element

Format

Key

Language

Comments

Discipline Code

Char (3)

Discipline+ ORIS Report Number must be unique

N/A

See Discipline

ORIS Report Number

Char (10)

 

N/A

 

Description

Char (250)

 

All supported languages

 

3.19       Horse Breed

List of horse breeds, including description in all supported languages:

Data Element

Format

Key

Language

Breed Code

Char (6)

Unique

N/A

Breed Description

Char (50)

 

All supported languages

3.20       Horse Colour

List of horse colours, including description in all supported languages:

Data Element

Format

Key

Language

Colour Code

Char (2)

Unique

N/A

Colour Description

Char (25)

 

All supported languages

3.21       Horse Gender

List of horse genders, including description in all supported languages:

Data Element

Format

Key

Language

Gender Code

Char (2)

Unique

N/A

Gender Description

Char (15)

 

All supported languages

3.22       Language

List of languages used in Games systems.

Note: There are two different tables used. One for GMS/OMS with language list for users to select language skills and another in IDS/OMS for the supported languages in the IDS/OMS systems. The IDS table does not include long description.

Data Element

Format

Key

Language

Language Code

Char (3)

Unique

N/A.

Language Description

Char (25)

 

English

Language Long Description

Char (50)

 

English

3.23       Location

List of locations used in Results systems. It also contains descriptions in all supported languages.

Data Element

Format

Key

Language

Comments

Location Code

Char (3)

Unique

N/A.

 

Venue Code

Char (3)

 

N/A.

See Venues

Location Order

Number

 

N/A

Sort order of locations within a venue

Competition Flag

Char(1)

 

N/A

Y for competition venue else N

Location Short Description

Char (30)

 

All supported languages

 

Location Long Description

Char (50)

 

All supported languages

 

3.24       Marital Status

List of possible marital statuses:

Data Element

Format

Key

Language

Marital Status Code

Char (3)

Unique

N/A.

Marital Status Description

Char (30)

 

All supported languages

3.25       National Olympic/Paralympic Committee (NOC / NPC)

List of NOCs/NPCs, including historical organisations; including the description in all supported languages.

Data Element

Format

Key

Language

Comments

NOC Code

Char (3)

Unique

N/A.

 

Country Code

Char (3)

 

N/A

See Country Code

Continent Code

Char (3)

 

N/A

See Continent Code

Short Description

Char (20)

 

All supported languages

 

Long Description

Char (60)

 

All supported languages

 

Participation flag

Char (2)

 

N/A

‘P’ if participating in these Games, ‘NP’ if not and ‘H’ if Historical.

Order

Number

 

N/A

Sort Order for ties in medals

3.26       News Item

Data Element

Format

Key

Language

News Item Code

Char (3)

Unique

N/A

News Item Description

Char (30)

 

All supported languages

News Item Long Description

Char (60)

 

All supported languages

3.27       News Sport

Data Element

Format

Key

Language

News Sport Code

Char (3)

Unique

N/A

News Sport Description

Char (30)

 

All supported languages

News Sport Long Description

Char (60)

 

All supported languages

3.28       Organisation (= NOC/NPC + Sport Federation)

‘Other’ descriptions will be filled with English descriptions for Sports Federations as language does not apply.

This generally includes all sports federations and all NOCs/NPCs

This will not include all organisations for Accreditation or Messageboards which are managed separately.

Data Element

Format

Key

Language

Comments

Organisation Code

Char (12)

Unique

N/A.

 

Organisation Type

Char (2)

 

 

If NOC -> ‘OC’

If Sport Federation -> ‘IF’

Short Description

Char (20)

 

All supported languages

Only if NOC

Long Description

Char (60)

 

All supported languages

NOC Long and Sport Federation description

3.29       Phase Type

List of the different categories of phases (e.g. Press Conference, Official Training, Competition, etc.):

Data Element

Format

Key

Language

Phase Type Code

Char (1)

Unique

N/A.

Phase Type Description

Char (45)

 

All supported languages

3.30       Phase

List of possible phases within an event, including description in all supported languages:

Data Element

Format

Key

Language

Comments

Discipline Code

Char (3)

Discipline + Gender + Event + Phase must be unique

N/A

See Discipline

Gender Code

Char (1)

N/A

See Sport Gender

Event Code

Char (18)

N/A

See Event

Phase Code

Char (4)

N/A.

 

Phase Type Code

Char (1)

 

N/A

See Phase Type

Phase Short Description

Char (40)

 

All supported languages

 

Phase Long Description

Char (80)

 

All supported languages

 

Phase Print Description

Char (80)

 

All supported languages

 

3.31       Position

List of positions related to athletes in a sport.

Data Element

Format

Key

Language

Comments

Discipline Code

Char (3)

Discipline + Position must be unique

N/A

See Discipline

Position Code

Char (8)

N/A

 

Position Order

Number

 

N/A

 

Position Description

Char (25)

 

All supported languages

 

3.32       Record

List of Record Codes, i.e. Results System Codes that have a record associated. It includes the description in all supported languages.

Data Element

Format

Key

Language

Comments

Record Code

Char (34)

Unique

N/A

 

Related Event Code

Char(34)

 

N/A

 

Record Order

Number

 

N/A

Order of Records within the Discipline

Record Description

Char (40)

 

All supported languages

 

3.33       Record Type

List of the different record types by discipline, including the description in all supported languages.

Data Element

Format

Key

Language

Comments

Discipline Code

Char (3)

Discipline + Record Type must be unique

N/A.

See Discipline

Record Type Code

Char (5)

N/A

 

Record Type Group

Char(5)

 

N/A

 

Record Type Order

Number

 

N/A

Oder within discipline

Record Type Description

Char (40)

 

All supported languages

 

3.34       Schedule Status

List of possible schedule status for an event unit: It includes description in all supported languages.

Data Element

Format

Key

Language

Schedule Status Code

Char (15)

Unique

N/A.

Schedule Status Description

Char (25)

 

All supported languages

3.35       Session Type

List of possible session types describing the part of day (morning etc.):

Data Element

Format

Key

Language

Session Code

Char (3)

Unique

N/A

Session Description

Char (20)

 

All supported languages

3.36       Sport

List of sports, including description in all supported languages.

Data Element

Format

Key

Language

Sport Code

Char (2)

Unique

N/A.

Sport Description

Char (30)

 

All supported languages

3.37       Sport Gender

List of sport genders.

Data Element

Format

Key

Language

Sport Gender Code

Char (1)

Unique

N/A.

Sport Gender Description

Char (15)

 

English

3.38       Venue (Competition & non-Competition)

List of venues, including description in all supported languages:

Data Element

Format

Key

Language

Comments

Venue Code

Char (3)

Unique

N/A.

 

Venue Competition Flag

Char (1)

 

N/A

If competition -> ‘Y’

If non competition -> ‘N’

Venue Description

Char (25)

 

All supported languages

 

Venue Long Description

Char (50)

 

All supported languages

 

Cluster Code

Char (3)

 

 

Cluster Code

3.39       Venue Weather Region

Associates weather regions to venues.

Data Element

Format

Key

Language

Comments

Weather Region Code

Char (3)

 

N/A

Weather Region Code

Venue Code

Char (3)

Unique

N/A

Venue Common Code

3.40       Weather Conditions

List of possible weather sky conditions, including description in all supported languages:

Data Element

Format

Key

Language

Weather Conditions Code

Char (6)

Unique

N/A.

Weather Conditions Description

Char (25)

 

All supported languages

3.41       Weather Region

List of possible weather regions, in which venues are organized. It includes the description in all supported languages.

Data Element

Format

Key

Language

Weather Region Code

Char (3)

Unique

N/A.

Weather Region Description

Char (40)

 

All supported languages

3.42       Weather Snow Conditions

Data Element

Format

Key

Language

Snow Conditions Code

Char (7)

Unique

N/A.

Snow Conditions Description

Char (25)

 

All supported languages

3.43       Wind Direction

Data Element

Format

Key

Language

Wind Direction Code

Char (3)

Unique

N/A.

Wind Direction Description

Char (20)

 

All supported languages

 

 

4         Results System Code (RSC)

The Result System Code (RSC) is a thirty-four character code (made up of 5 sub-codes) which uniquely identifies a component of the competition.

The code which uniquely identifies information regarding the results of the competitions is called Result System Code (RSC). This code is constructed from the following elements in the hierarchical order of their importance:

       The first three (3) characters uniquely identify the sport’s discipline code (e.g. “SWM“ for swimming, “ALP” for alpine skiing, etc.);

       The fourth character identifies the gender of the discipline (e.g. “W” for events where only women participate, “X” for events where both genders participate equally);

       The next eighteen (18) characters represent the event. This is further divided into eight characters for the event type and the following ten characters for the event modifier. (e.g. “100m” for 100 metres, and a modifier if needed for things like disability class in the Paralympic Games or age group etc.);

       The next four characters (4) are for the competition phase (e.g. preliminaries, semi-final, final, repechage, etc.) or part of competition (e.g. pool, subdivision, etc.);

       The last eight (8) characters identify the unit and sub-unit (e.g. a match, heat, group, etc.).

The following general rules apply for the code:

       Fixed length, 34 characters,

       Full alphanumeric to increase human readability e.g. FNL for Final phase,

       Uppercase is used in all codes,

       The dash character “-“ is used as a filler, it is used when a part of the code is not applicable,

       Allow characters are A ... Z, 0...9 and the special characters of dot and dash. Dash is only used as a filler,

       Apply right padding with the filler character in any part of the RSC when the respective code is less characters than the maximum length of this part e.g. FNL (Final phase) is shown as “FNL-“ in the RSC.

5         Document Control

5.1          File Reference

ODF/INT402-R-WOG-2018 v1.5 APP

5.2          Version history

Version

Date

Comments

R4 v1.0 SFR

16 Sept 2013

First Version

R4 v1.1 SFA

19 Sept 2013

Updated after internal review

R4 v1.2 APP

13 Nov 2014

Approved with changes.

R4 v1.3 APP

19 Dec 2014

Approved with changes.

R4 v1.4 APP

5 Feb 2016

Minor error correction

R-WOG-2018 v1.5 APP

22 June 2016

CR9994 & new RSC size

5.3          Change Log

Version

Status

Changes

R4 v1.0

SFR

N/A

R4 v1.1

SFA

Corrections to reflect the current common codes (Sochi)

R4 v1.2

APP

In Schedule Status. Change the code to Char(15)

Added Cluster Code and reference in Venue code set.

R4 v1.3

APP

Function table removed and data added to Results Function Table

Updated with CR4228

R4 v1.4

APP

3.25, order corrected.

R-WOG-2018 v1.5

APP

Updated for the change in RSC size

CR9994, increase the size of the CompetitionCode (3.4)

Removed web site tables

Add H1 Report Titles

Add News Item and News Sport definitions

Other minor corrections