SQL Back End

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  • Merrick AnAkosh on: July 11, 2016 at 3:11 pm #475

    If I were to snippetize my SQL Back End (written in C) from Oblivion, to be compatible with other muds and write a little ‘how to’ install guide would anyone be interested in that?

    Essentially it converts all of your data (Players, Rooms, Items, Monsters, etc) into SQL databases instead of flat files, allowing for fantastic web integration and real time analytics and stats.  It’s a bit more complicated to deal with than flatfiles, and takes some getting used to but I’ve found it to be bar none the best way to store data.

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