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Sensor Database - 6/23/2021 7:03:16 PM   
FifthDomain

 

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Is there a detailed sensors database available such as the in game one for ships, aircraft etc.

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RE: Sensor Database - 6/23/2021 9:03:53 PM   
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There is no page yet dedicated to sensors on the DB viewer, sorry!

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RE: Sensor Database - 6/23/2021 9:39:31 PM   
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No problem, thanks for the reply Dimitris

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RE: Sensor Database - 6/24/2021 3:05:47 PM   
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I recently asked something similar as well - it would be extremely helpful. Most "learn to play" answers given here talk about the importance of recon, but it's hard to find open source data on some of the recon assets in the game. The TARPS pod is a good example - short of guess and check (save scumming, basically) it's hard to know how to use it.

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RE: Sensor Database - 6/24/2021 3:10:47 PM   
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You can always create a quick scenario in the editor to test weapons, sensors, etc before you use them in the actual scenario!


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RE: Sensor Database - 6/24/2021 4:50:06 PM   
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Maybe a faster alternative, from a development perspective, is to allow a search in the db by sensor. Get a list of units for specific type of sensor. That would let people see who is using what and make running tests a little easier.

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RE: Sensor Database - 6/24/2021 5:44:23 PM   
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You can also use a SQL lite viewer to take a look at the sensor table. A few things link to other tables which you'll have to navigate too but ranges and things like that can readily be seen.

Natively you can find a few things using Lua.

https://commandlua.github.io/#table_Sensor

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RE: Sensor Database - 6/24/2021 6:54:21 PM   
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Thanks for your replies everyone, what I'm doing is redesigning ships to suit my needs just struggling with having to look at ships from all of NATO to find ones suitable for my requirements. Its slow going at the minute, cant clone previously altered ships either if anyone knows a way to copy them I'd be happy to know.

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RE: Sensor Database - 6/24/2021 7:10:50 PM   
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quote:

You can also use a SQL lite viewer to take a look at the sensor table.


That would be my best recommendation - for now.

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RE: Sensor Database - 6/24/2021 7:27:49 PM   
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I've just installed that but I have no idea how to use it.

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RE: Sensor Database - 6/24/2021 7:56:09 PM   
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SQL Lite is not the perfect solution. It's a little arcane for the typical person. But generally, its the only option right now.

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RE: Sensor Database - 6/24/2021 10:10:10 PM   
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Hi

First grab the db3 file you'd like to look at. My advice is to work from a copy of the database rather than directly from the CMO directory. Do it this way and you won't accidentally write to or corrupt the file. The .db3 files are in the DB directory and the name notes the db and version number. (ex. CWDB_465.db+ cold war db version 465). Copy the file somewhere you'll find it.

Open the viewer program, click open database, select the db3 file you just copied and open.

When the viewer screen appears and is populated click the Browse data tab. You can then select the table you'd like to look at.

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RE: Sensor Database - 6/25/2021 7:40:46 PM   
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Thanks Mike I shall see if it helps.

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