Global Leaderboard - Data Retrieval

I am attempting to create a global leaderboard on my latest creation following a similar format to How to make a simple global leaderboard

Storage of player stats works fine along with subsequent retrieval, but when reading the data back using GetOrderedDataStore, it returns no data.

Playerstats are Saved & Loaded successfully using:

local datastore = game:GetService("DataStoreService")
local ds = datastore:GetDataStore("DumpSaveSystem")
	local folder ="Folder", player)
	folder.Name = "leaderstats"
	PlayerDumps ="IntValue", folder)
	PlayerDumps.Name = "Dumps"
	PlayerDumps.Value = ds:GetAsync(tostring(player.UserId)) or 0
	ds:SetAsync(tostring(player.UserId), PlayerDumps.Value)

Global Leaderboard data is supposed to be retrieved with:

local orderedDatastore = game:GetService("DataStoreService"):GetOrderedDataStore("DumpSaveSystem")

local function Handler()
	local Success, Err = pcall(function()
		local Data = orderedDatastore:GetSortedAsync(false, 10)
		local TotalDumps = Data:GetCurrentPage()
		local i=0
		for Rank, Data in ipairs(TotalDumps) do
			local Name = Data.key
			local Dumps = Data.value
			local NewObj = game.ReplicatedStorage:WaitForChild("IbFrame"):Clone()
			NewObj.Player.Text = Name
			NewObj.Dumps.Text = Dumps
			NewObj.Rank.Text = Rank
			NewObj.Position =,0, i,0)
			NewObj.Parent = game.Workspace.Sheet.SurfaceGUI.Holder
	if not Success then

However, the print(#TotalDumps) shows 0. I have very similar functions working fine other games, but this one seems to be causing problems and I can’t seem to see why.

The stats should be shown on the toilet paper to the left of the player on this game

OrderedDataStores store data independently from GlobalDataStores. An OrderedDataStore and a GlobalDataStore with the same name are still two separate DataStores.

You’ll have to manually write your data to both the OrderedDataStore and the GlobalDataStore.

Thanks for the advice. I was under the impression that the GetOrderedDataStore call was just fetching the data in a different format and had not realised it was a completely different Datastore type.

I’ve now got to try and migrate the user data that was originally stored under the standard datastore :frowning: