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    COnfiguration Iconomy


    punisher62

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    Bonjour j aimerai savoir comment mettre iconomy sur un base Mysql

     

    Database:
       # Databases Supported:
       # Flatfile, FF, mini, minidb
       #  - These all equate to miniDB
       ##
       # item, items, inventory, inventoryDB
       #  - These all equate to InventoryDB, which uses inventory for storage
       ##
       # xp, exp, orb, xpdb, expdb, orbdb
       #  - These all equate to ExperienceDB, which relies on Experience for balance.
       ##
       # mysql, mysqldb
       #  - These will attempt to connect to MySQL
       ##
       # sqlite, sqlite2, sqlite3, sqlitedb
       #  - These will attempt to create & connect to SQLite
       ##
       # postgre, postgreSQL, postgreDB
       #  - These will attempt to connect to PostgreSQL
       Type: 'minidb'
    
       # These are for InventoryDB only.
       #
       # InventoryDB is essentially Physical Money.
       #   It isn't logged in a database, its based on the users inventory
       #   and the two items selected below.
       #
       # MajorItem is the item or block ID of the major currency
       # MinorItem is the item or block ID of the minor currency
       # e.g. MajorItem: 266, MinorItem: 265 for Gold/Iron
       MajorItem: 266
       MinorItem: 265
    
       # This controls the database name, by default it is iConomy
       Table: 'iConomy'
    
       # URL is for SQL Databases Only
       ##
       # Path to iConomy folder is easy, it's the COMPLETE path.
       # (Mine) G:\MineCraft\plugins\iConomy\
       # Won't be the same as yours, but it usually looks like that.
       ##
       # [H2DB Default] h2:path/to/iConomy/folder/iConomy;AUTO_RECONNECT=TRUE
       # [sqlite Default] sqlite:path/to/iConomy/folder/iConomy.db
       ##
       # Binary Databases use ip:port style connections.
       # ip
       #  - is the connection identifier (internet protocol)
       #  - for ipv6 usually encased in brackets [::1]
       # port
       #  - the port that the database is listening on
       #  - defaults: 3306 for mysql, postgre is either 5740 or 5432
       ##
       # [MySQL Default] mysql://localhost:3306/iConomy
       # [Postgre Default] postgresql://localhost:5740/iConomy
       URL: 'mysql://localhost:3306/iConomy'
    
       # Login details for binary databases
       Username: 'root'
       Password: ''
    
       ##############################################################
       # !!! Conversion is not your database settings !!!
       ##############################################################
       # Conversion allows you to convert your old 5.x to the new 6.x
       # All is currently unused.
       ##############################################################
       # URL is for MySQL only, H2DB doesn't use it.
       ##############################################################
       Conversion:
         # Set to True, After converting, change this back to false!
         Enabled: false
    
         # Database Type, H2DB or MySQL
         Type: 'H2DB'
    
         # Database Table
         Table: 'iConomy'
    
         # Database URL without table at the end.
         URL: 'mysql://localhost:3306'
    
         # Username / Password
         # H2DB does not use this. MySQL Only.
         Username: 'root'
         Password: ''
    
         # Unused ATM.
         All: true

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