Last week sometime someone posted to ShadowRN with a url for the card list in access db format. I foolishly thought that I would not get into TCG and deleted the message... this weekend I succumed and now find myself in need of this URL!
---Kevin White wrote: > > Hi All, > > Last week sometime someone posted to ShadowRN with a url for the card > list in access db format. I foolishly thought that I would not get into > TCG and deleted the message... this weekend I succumed and now find > myself in need of this URL!
I'd suggested Andrew/Shawn post the message to SRCard as well, but never saw it on this list. Here's a copy of the message I happened to hang on to.
-== Loki ==-
I took the spoiler list from paolo and entered it into an Access database. I will be creating a windows 32-bit program using the database. I had to separate the skills into separate fields, below is an example of the runner "Kraker Jack".
Field Value ------------ ---------------- Name Kracker Jack Profession Decker Race Human Cost 3 Recon 1 Attack 3 Body 2 Decking 2 Firearms 1 Text The first pistol given to Krakerjack is free.
All other fields such as piloting, armor, stamina, quote, and social are left blank.
For this program I will be trying to implement the following abilities.
1. Search one field for <,=,>, or any part of a value. 2. Keep track of decks with a "deck name" table and "cards in deck" table. 3. Keep track of the cards you own. 4. And of course browsing all the cards in the database.
I just began construction of the program yesterday and already have the runner browse screen half way done. If you would like to see some other functionality that I did not mention please let me know.
OOPS, almost forgot you can download what I have of just of the database at the below address, including a bunch of queries I set up.
I had to set this list to digest so I maybe a day or two late to anything you post on it. I am trying to get a seperate account for just this list so I can keep in the discussions. If you would like a response from me faster than two days please e-mail directly to my Personal account.
Andrew Payne III shawn_mccollum@*********.com - work address (can't check on weekends) ddmccoll@*******.edu - Personal address (check always) halberstam@***********.com - Novelty account (remember VR1.0)
These messages were posted a long time ago on a mailing list far, far away. The copyright to their contents probably lies with the original authors of the individual messages, but since they were published in an electronic forum that anyone could subscribe to, and the logs were available to subscribers and most likely non-subscribers as well, it's felt that re-publishing them here is a kind of public service.