Track your player's name changes in a MySQL database.
Key is on uuid and playername. Captures First seen and Last seen dates, allows ingame lookups by name and uuid.
Know if that player is really a new guy, or that terrible troll whose staff application you denied last week.
/history name [playername]
/history uuid [uuid]
- Searches the database for any playername entries with this name. Shows them with UUID and last seen dates.
/history player [playername]
- Searches the database for all matching uuid entries. Shows them with the Name and last seen dates.
- Searches the database for all matching uuid entries based on player's uuid. Player must be online for this command to work.
Note: You need to change the Enabled to True for the plugin to work. It is set to False by default so you can update the MySQL info to match your database setup.
# Configuration of NameHistoryCord
# The Server the Database is on
# The Database Name
# The Username which should be used to auth against the Database
# The Password for the User
# The Table name that will get created in the Database
Permission to Use Command
Using the Default bungee permissions in the config.yml
Add namehistory.command to any group you want to be able to use the command.
You will need Yamler in your bungee plugins folder for this to work.
- Place the Jar in your plugins folder and restart.
- The config file will generate.
Screenshot of commands
- You will need to update config with your MySQL database information and restart again.
Note: I added data to the database here to represent what a player name change would look like. Mojang is not allowing them yet, right now this plugin is a good way to get a baseline on your users UUID before name changes go into effect.
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NameHistoryCord 1.1.0 (b)
Track player name changes in MySQL database - BungeeCord Version
- Fixed Multiple queries when player's were switching servers Apr 21, 2014
- NameHistoryCord 1.1 Apr 14, 2014