This is a feature-packed web application that gives you the power to look up anything CoreProtect is capable of logging in the most efficient way. CoreProtect, a Minecraft plugin, is developed by Intellii.
This plugin is capable of looking up logged data as if doing it from the game. Some filters are ported to this plugin, such as:
- Lookup by action
- Lookup by username
- Lookup by block name
- Lookup by time
In addition, this plugin makes it possible to:
- Lookup data by coordinates and world
- View more than four results per page
- Filter out rolled back data
- View what was written on the signs
- Search by keywords
This plugin requires a Minecraft server running CoreProtect 2.11.0+ and a
webserver running PHP 5.3.0+. It can fetch data logged by CoreProtect through the MySQL server or the sqlite (database.db) file.
You must have:
- A webserver running PHP 5.3.0 or above
- A MySQL or SQLite database used by a Minecraft server running CoreProtect 2.11 or above.
- If using SQLite in real-time, you're advised to have the webserver run on the same machine as the Minecraft server.
Download the latest version of this resource, and extract the `web/` directory into the directory accessible by the webserver. You may rename the directory into something you find more useful (such as to `coreprotect/`).
If you are an advanced user, you can just do:
and clone this repository.Code (Text):git clone https://github.com/SimonOrJ/CoreProtect-Lookup-Web-Interface.gitThe webserver should have write permission to the `cache/` folder in order for this web application to work efficiently. Do this by running:
If you want to be able to make configuration changes from web UI (via `web/setup.php`):Code (Text):chmod 777 cache
(If you're an advanced user, you can just find a way for the webserver to have write access to the files, or make configuration directly from those files.)Code (Text):chmod 777 config.php config.json serverYou **must** edit `config.php` and make account changes before you can do anything else. Follow the instructions in the file. If you decided to make all configuration manually (by editing the configuration files), then configure the rest of the file and `config.json`.
If you are an advanced user and want to set up server information manually, you should do so now using the `server/sample.php` and `server/sample.json` files. The two files may be copied or renamed to better suit your needs.
For more information, please visit GitHub for this plugin.
If you find any bugs, please report them here: https://github.com/SimonOrJ/CoreProtect-Lookup-Web-Interface/issues