Campsites

Campsites are camping areas within your camp. A campsite must be assigned to a camp and sub-camp. Units are assigned a campsite as part of the unit-event assignment.

Campsite Validations
  • An organization, camp, and sub-camp must be selected.
  • Campsite Code must be unique.
  • Campsite Name must be unique.
Campsite Definition

Campsite Attribute Description
CampsiteID Unique ID for the Campsite
CampsiteCode Unique Code for the Campsite
CampsiteName Unique Name for Campsite
CampsiteDesc Campsite Description
OrganizationID Organization of the Campsite
CampID Camp of the Campsite
SubCampID Sub-Camp for the Campsite
Attribute1 Attribute1
Attribute2 Attribute2
Attribute3 Attribute3
Attribute4 Attribute4
Attribute5 Attribute5
Attribute6 Attribute6
Attribute7 Attribute7
Attribute8 Attribute8
Attribute9 Attribute9
Attribute10 Attribute10
ActiveFlag Activates or inactivates the sub-camp record. List validates against the ZZ_YESNO lookups values.
CreationDate The date the record was created.
CreatedBy The user that created the record.
LastUpdateDate The date the record was last updated.
LastUpdatedBy The user that last updated the record.
MaxSize Maximum Size of the Campsite.
HandicappAccessible If the campsite is handicapp accessible.
Electricty If the campsite has electricty available.
Water if the campsite has potable water.
Shelter If the campsite has a permanent shelter.
Restooms If the campsite has restrooms available - male, female, or both.
Add Campsite - Mass Additions
  • A mass addition is a bulk import from a comma delimited file. Please review the Mass Addition notes before working with these files.
  • Download a template from the Templates section.
  • Fill out appropriate data. Ensure Insert or Update column is set to INSERT.
  • Navigation: Camp Admin Menu - Other Items - Mass Additions
  • Choose an Import Type of Campsite
  • Click the Choose File Button. Navigate to your CSV file.
  • Click Upload File.
  • You should see a message that the file uploaded successfully.
  • It is recommended that you select Validate file first! This will run through the file without loading it and provide any errors, which should be resolved before the file is actually loaded.
  • Click the Process File Button
  • Each record will either be successfully processed or will display an error.
  • Resolve any errors, upload the file again, and validate again. Repeat until all errors are resolved.
  • Once all errors are resolved, navigate to the CSV and upload it again.
  • Select Load in the drop down list to load the file.
Add Campsite - Webpages
  • Navigation: Camp Admin - Campsites
  • Select an organization, camp, and sub-camp.
  • Enter an unique campsite code and an unique campsite name.
  • Optionally, enter a campsite description.

Edit Campsite - Mass Additions
  • A mass addition is a bulk import from a comma delimited file. Please review the Mass Addition notes before working with these files.
  • Download a template from the Templates section.
  • Fill out appropriate data. Ensure Insert or Update column is set to UPDATE.
  • Navigation: Camp Admin Menu - Other Items - Mass Additions
  • Choose an Import Type of Campsite
  • Click the Choose File Button. Navigate to your CSV file.
  • Click Upload File.
  • You should see a message that the file uploaded successfully.
  • It is recommended that you select Validate file first! This will run through the file without loading it and provide any errors, which should be resolved before the file is actually loaded.
  • Click the Process File Button
  • Each record will either be successfully processed or will display an error.
  • Resolve any errors, upload the file again, and validate again. Repeat until all errors are resolved.
  • Once all errors have been resolved, upload the file again, choose Load File, and click the Process File Button.
  • You should receive a success message for each record as it is updated.
Edit Campsite - Webpages
  • Select the organization, camp, sub-camp, and campsite you wish to edit.
  • Make any necessary changes and save your work.