Filtering on player tags

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Re: Filtering on player tags

Postby pt4pt4pt4 » Sun Oct 20, 2013 1:54 am

kraada wrote:Manually entered notes are stored in the note table of the database in XML; if you take a look at that table you should find it to be fairly self explanatory.



Well I am not the brightest bulb when it comes to Postgres ; you are either Postgres material or you are not :)


Did Poker Tracker previously have this XML file accessible in a directory? Thought i read something on it .
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Re: Filtering on player tags

Postby kraada » Sun Oct 20, 2013 8:44 am

Notes have always been stored in the database.
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Re: Filtering on player tags

Postby pt4pt4pt4 » Wed Oct 23, 2013 10:50 pm

1 - I have searched and I can't find the post where Karada posted in the blue filters expression to filter hands only tagged by a quick filter Tag (example=TestTag)

I found this "flg_tag" but search does not reveal exact format to use for a specific named Tag ( #flg_tag = "XXXX") ????

I an using the player tags expression in the filter expression and want to do a speed comparison of including TAGS in with it or using the QUICK FILTER Tag option.

2 - Just a FYI for one of you Devs,

I had my original DB all colored with notes that I manually imported. I then backed up the DB, and then restored the DB with a different name and database number (restore asks that before it continues).

I then imported a different group of notes for the whole DB to compare and also to check the state of the original DB.

The new DB notes were imported fine but when i switched over to the original DB, almost all of the notes were trashed, gone.

I then re-inported the original notes for the DB and it was good.

Checked the duplicated and it was still intact.

Took a quite a bit of time but looks like a possibility of a linking between the original and duplicated Notes addresses that you may want to look into in the future.
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Re: Filtering on player tags

Postby kraada » Thu Oct 24, 2013 10:14 am

The actual tags attached to players are stored in the tags table, and the mapping for what the id_tag value means is in the lookup_tags table.

Regarding your import - you're saying that importing notes to a secondary database caused trouble for your notes in your primary database?
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