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Old 05-17-2014, 03:58 PM   #1
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Merging Roster Exports

How can I do this?
I have merged the AAA league, but I still need to add the players to the teams.

So I have made a normal ML game and I have exported the rosters of the IL and PCL, and rudimentally merged the two files by adding the contents of one to the other.

But in the game when I import it it only works for all but 7 teams.
What am I doing wrong?

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How can I do this?
I have merged the AAA league, but I still need to add the players to the teams.

So I have made a normal ML game and I have exported the rosters of the IL and PCL, and rudimentally merged the two files by adding the contents of one to the other.

But in the game when I import it it only works for all but 7 teams.
What am I doing wrong?
Make sure you have the correct Team ID numbers for those 7 teams in the roster import. Otherwise, the players won't import to those teams. The best way to find out the Team ID numbers is to export the rosters you have now to an Excel file or a text file and the teams and their ID numbers will appear at the top. Then match the team ID numbers in the rosters you want to import to the team ID numbers in the rosters you just exported.

If that doesn't work, then it might be a problem with player ID numbers. In that case, try this: Count the number of players who aren't importing. Then, in the database you want to import them to, create that same number of free agents. Export the rosters and open them in Excel. Sort the created free agents into consecutive rows. Then, in your import rosters, copy and paste all those non-imported players EXCEPT their player ID numbers over the created free agents in your exported rosters. Then save as a .csv file and re-import into your database. Hope that helps.

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Another way to get team ID numbers is to go to any league's edit structure page and all the IDs are there to the right of the team name.
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Another way to get team ID numbers is to go to any league's edit structure page and all the IDs are there to the right of the team name.
Oh yeah, forgot about that! Thanks!
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