Wallet Manager Project CodePosted: October 22, 2012
If you haven’t been following this blog, I’ve periodically posted about a “Wallet Manager” project that myself and my trading partners, Raath and James, have been working on for the past two years to help us manage our Eve activities using the Eve API.
The project started small, with the first page being driven only by the wallet API feed. As we expanded our industrial scope in the game so too did the Wallet Manager’s requirements. Soon I needed to keep track of blueprints, assets, capital production, PI, and tech 2 invention; each new requirement expanded the original scope.
The code backend is not something we are extremely proud of, but the presentation and workflow has suited our operations well. If you have the fortitude to tolerate our design, then feel free to give our project a test run.
- Code is provided as is.
- If you want to try to setup your own instance, I would advice that you have an understanding of PHP, MySQL, and general code architecture. Getting this to run is not a beginner project.
- I cannot provide any commitment for bugs corrections, adding features, or providing support.
- There are many, many non-sanitized input points that are major security issues as noted in this post. I would not use this as a public-facing site.
- There are unfinished pages, hacked together solutions, code in the view, display code in the controllers, etc. — don’t expect clean, production quality code.
- Be prepared to edit the database table to enter your users and API keys. The ‘admin’ section is only partially completed.
- Download the ZIP here.
- Extract the code to your var/www folder
- Edit protected/config/main.php.changeme
- Line 29 contains IP limitations for working with Gii. Enter your WAN IP address here if you want to work with this module.
- Line 57/58 contain your database connection information.
- Rename to main.php
- Edit protected/config/console.php.changeme
- Line 22 contains the database name. My project was named after my holding corporation PROHD so the database name is ‘prohd’.
- Line 24/25 contain the user/password to login to the application.
- Rename to console.php.
- Modify Yii path in index.php
- Change the path to your Yii framework location $yii=’/usr/local/lib/yii/yii.php’;
- Replace /usr/local/lib/yii/caching/CDbCache.php with the one in the zip.
- Create database structure with prohd.sql
- Create a login in the ‘accounts’ table. The default userLevel is ’1′.
- Enable the API feed by adding a 1,1 row to the apiStatus table.
- Define a group in trackingGroups table.
- Add your character information in the ‘characters’ table.
- Import the Eve static data tables from http://zofu.no-ip.de/
- Import the following table into typeBuildReqs for Tech 2 items. You can generate this table using my query or import from the previous table export.
If you are intimated by the scope of the setup procedure, I would recommend that you use the DRK Industry Tracker for your construction projects as my partner Raath is actively developing this project.