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Originally Posted by Kinsman*:

 

Other question, why the first seen and last seen are no longer appear in player statistics ?
Thank for your reply :smile:
You will want to add to the query.

Code:
// get player stats
        $player_data_result = @mysql_query("SELECT tpd.CountryCode, tpd.SoldierName, tps.Suicide, tps.Score, tps.Kills, tps.Deaths, tps.TKs, tps.Headshots, tps.FirstSeenOnServer, tps.LastSeenOnServer, tps.Rounds, tps.Wins, tps.Losses, tps.Playtime, tps.Killstreak, tps.Deathstreak FROM tbl_playerstats tps INNER JOIN tbl_server_player tsp ON tsp.StatsID = tps.StatsID INNER JOIN tbl_playerdata tpd ON tsp.PlayerID = tpd.PlayerID WHERE tsp.ServerID = '$server_ID' AND SoldierName = '$player_name'");
        // if no stats were found for player name, display this
Then add how you like.

Code:
$firstseen = $player_data_result_row['FirstSeenOnServer'];
            $lastseen = $player_data_result_row['LastSeenOnServer'];
            $playtime = $player_data_result_row['Playtime'];
            $wins = $player_data_result_row['Wins'];
            $losses = $player_data_result_row['Losses'];
            $wlr = round(($wins / $losses),2);
            // fix huge wlr division error
            if($losses == 0.0001)
            {
                $wlr = ($wlr / 10000);
            }
            // fix tiny wlr division error
            if($wlr == 0.0001)
            {
                $wlr = 0;
            }
            echo '
            <div class="innercontent">
            
            <table width="90%" align="center" border="0">
            <tr>
            <td style="text-align: left;" width="10%"> </td>
            ';
            // search the country array for the country code of interest and assign the full name to a variable
            $country = array_search($CountryCode,$country_array);
            echo '
            <td width="30%" style="text-align: left;"> <font class="information">Country: </font> <img src="' . $country_img . '" alt="' . $country_name . '"/> ' . $country . '<font class="information"> (</font> ' . $CountryCode . '<font class="information">)</font></td>
            <td width="30%" style="text-align: left;"> <font class="information">Score: </font> ' . $Score . '</td>
            <td width="30%" style="text-align: left;"> <font class="information">Rounds Played: </font> ' . $Rounds . '</td>
            </tr>
            <tr>
            <td style="text-align: left;" width="10%"> </td>
            <td width="30%" style="text-align: left;"> <font class="information">First Visit: </font> ' . date('d-m-Y', strtotime($firstseen)) . '</td>
            <td width="30%" style="text-align: left;"> <font class="information">Last Visit: </font> ' . date('d-m-Y', strtotime($lastseen)) . '</td>
            <td width="30%" style="text-align: left;"> <font class="information">Hours Played: </font> ' . number_format(($playtime/60/60), 2, '.', '') . '</td>
            </tr>
            <tr>
            <td style="text-align: left;" width="10%"> </td>
            <td width="30%" style="text-align: left;"> <font class="information">Kills: </font> ' . $Kills . '</td>
            <td width="30%" style="text-align: left;"> <font class="information">Deaths: </font> ' . $Deaths . '</td>
            <td width="30%" style="text-align: left;"> <font class="information">Kill / Death Ratio: </font> ' . $KDR . '</td>
            </tr>
            <tr>
            <td style="text-align: left;" width="10%"> </td>
            <td width="30%" style="text-align: left;"> <font class="information">Wins: </font> ' . $wins . '</td>
            <td width="30%" style="text-align: left;"> <font class="information">Losses: </font> ' . $losses . '</td>
            <td width="30%" style="text-align: left;"> <font class="information">Win / Loss Ratio: </font> ' . $wlr . '</td>
            </tr>
            <tr>
            <td style="text-align: left;" width="10%"> </td>
            <td width="30%" style="text-align: left;"> <font class="information">Killstreak: </font> ' . $Killstreak . '</td>
            <td width="30%" style="text-align: left;"> <font class="information">Deathstreak: </font> ' . $Deathstreak . '</td>
            <td width="30%" style="text-align: left;"> <font class="information">Team Kills: </font> ' . $TKs . '</td>
            </tr><tr>
            <td style="text-align: left;" width="10%"> </td>
            <td width="30%" style="text-align: left;"> <font class="information">Headshots: </font> ' . $Headshots . '</td>
            <td width="30%" style="text-align: left;"> <font class="information">Headshot Ratio: </font> ' . $HSpercent . '<font class="information"> %</font></td>
            <td width="30%" style="text-align: left;"> <font class="information">Suicides: </font> ' . $Suicides . '</td>
            </tr>
            </table>
            </div>
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Originally Posted by ty_ger07*:

 

Yes, each map for each game mode.

1: Siege of Shanghai MP_Siege Domination 34 1.42

2: Siege of Shanghai MP_Siege SmallConquest 20 1.10

 

Other question, why the first seen and last seen are no longer appear in player statistics ?

 

Thank for your reply :smile:

As far as first seen / last seen, the reason it was excluded was because I personally didn't think that information was as relevant as the other stats and needed to leave it out to make an even row length.
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Originally Posted by Kinsman*:

 

Does anybody know how we could calculate total dogtags taken? I have managed to add Dogtag Victims, and also added a total column to the dogtags table.

 

http://jw.servegame.org/bf4stats/ser..._player=Search

 

But Total Dogtags displayed as a number eludes me.

 

If i can fix that I'll tidy up some stuff and post a zip of the file for anybody to use.

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Originally Posted by ty_ger07*:

 

Does anybody know how we could calculate total dogtags taken? I have managed to add Dogtag Victims, and also added a total column to the dogtags table.

 

http://jw.servegame.org/bf4stats/ser..._player=Search

 

But Total Dogtags displayed as a number eludes me.

 

If i can fix that I'll tidy up some stuff and post a zip of the file for anybody to use.

The stats page already sort of displays total dogtags taken in the weapons area. Dog tags are obtained through weapon melee. Every dog tag should be accompanied by one weapon melee kill in a perfect world.
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Originally Posted by Kinsman*:

 

Aha thanks, but your dogtag code seems far more accurate than melee?

 

in this example their are 44 victims, for a total of 48 dogtags. Melee only shows 46 kills.

 

What I was attempting to do was display your dogtag table as a result Total Dogtags: 48, I know I need to sum $KillCount by the Count (no rows), but PHP and Maths are not my strong suit. :sad:

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Originally Posted by ty_ger07*:

 

For review, here is the dog tag victim query as the stats page currently uses it:

 

$player_dogtag_result = @mysql_query("SELECT tpd.SoldierName AS Killer, dt.Count , tpd2.SoldierName AS Victim FROM tbl_dogtags dt INNER JOIN tbl_server_player tsp ON tsp.StatsID = dt.KillerID INNER JOIN tbl_server_player tsp2 ON tsp2.StatsID = dt.VictimID INNER JOIN tbl_playerdata tpd ON tsp.PlayerID = tpd.PlayerID INNER JOIN tbl_playerdata tpd2 ON tsp2.PlayerID = tpd2.PlayerID WHERE tpd.SoldierName = '$player_name' AND tsp.ServerID = '$server_ID' ORDER BY Count DESC");

 

 

If you wanted to count and display the number of victims in the header alone (instead of adding them up in the list), add this after the above query:

 

$num_rows = @mysql_num_rows($player_dogtag_result);

 

Then, you could say something like:

 

echo 'This player has taken dog tags from ' . $num_rows . ' victims';

 

That number would not be the number of dog tags collected, only the number of victims dog tags have been taken from. Since a victim could have their dog tag taken multiple times, the number of dog tags could be higher than the number of victims.

 

 

If you want to count the total number of individual dog tags taken and not worry about who the victims were or how many were taken from each victim, use the following query:

 

SELECT SUM(dt.Count) AS Tags

FROM tbl_dogtags dt

INNER JOIN tbl_server_player tsp ON tsp.StatsID = dt.KillerID

INNER JOIN tbl_playerdata tpd ON tsp.PlayerID = tpd.PlayerID

WHERE tpd.SoldierName = '$player_name' AND tsp.ServerID = '$server_ID'

 

The output is 'Tags'.

 

For example, if I execute this query in my old version of your database:

 

SELECT SUM( dt.Count ) AS Tags

FROM tbl_dogtags dt

INNER JOIN tbl_server_player tsp ON tsp.StatsID = dt.KillerID

INNER JOIN tbl_playerdata tpd ON tsp.PlayerID = tpd.PlayerID

WHERE tpd.SoldierName = 'Mrs_Teletubby'

AND tsp.ServerID = '3'

 

I get this output:

 

Tags

12

 

That is the total number of dog tags collected by Mrs_Teletubby in server ID 3 in my old version of your database.

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Originally Posted by ty_ger07*:

 

The strange thing is that each dog tag should be associated with a melee kill. In your case, your stats show otherwise. This is odd. If you take your 46 melee kills and your 2 defib kills, you get a sum of 48. I would ask xpkiller if his plugin for some reason counts a defib kill as a dog tag.

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Originally Posted by Porthos1973*:

 

Does anybody know how we could calculate total dogtags taken? I have managed to add Dogtag Victims, and also added a total column to the dogtags table.

 

http://jw.servegame.org/bf4stats/ser..._player=Search

 

But Total Dogtags displayed as a number eludes me.

 

If i can fix that I'll tidy up some stuff and post a zip of the file for anybody to use.

Kinsman, is your version on the github? I am going to attempt again(totally screwed things up last time) to use one database for both of my servers and like the way you have everything set up.
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Originally Posted by ty_ger07*:

 

Kinsman, is your version on the github? I am going to attempt again(totally screwed things up last time) to use one database for both of my servers and like the way you have everything set up.

Porthos, he is using my code which is in the first post of this thread.
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Originally Posted by Porthos1973*:

 

Porthos, he is using my code which is in the first post of this thread.

Yeah I have used yours and like it but like the additions he has added so was wondering if he would share his current set up.
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Originally Posted by ty_ger07*:

 

Yeah I have used yours and like it but like the additions he has added so was wondering if he would share his current set up.

I don't know which specific additions you are referring to so could not consider adding them to the parent code, but I would advise everyone to branch off the github I have posted in the first thread rather than posting their own version as if it were their own personal code. One reason of course is credit and the other reason is fragmentation mitigation.
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Originally Posted by Porthos1973*:

 

I don't know which specific additions you are referring to so could not consider adding them to the parent code, but I would advise everyone to branch off the github I have posted in the first thread rather than posting their own version as if it were their own personal code. One reason of course is credit and the other reason is fragmentation mitigation.

Thanks for mentioning the branches. I had went to github and did not see any branches which is why I came here and asked.
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Originally Posted by ty_ger07*:

 

I want to update this code when I have a chance. I want to add the expansion pack and make the index page and stats pages all one page and have the code automatically find all available servers in the database.

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Originally Posted by Kinsman*:

 

That would be awesome, I've pretty much finished my meager tinkering and waiting for the next update now.

 

http://jw.servegame.org/bf4stats/ser..._player=Search

 

http://jw.servegame.org/bf4stats/server.php_id=2

 

Global Stats from across all servers has pretty much defeated me, these are the ONLY ones I know that are working correctly.

 

http://jw.servegame.org/bf4stats/pubplayer.php_id=Spudx

 

I can throw all that in a zip for ideas, and update your DB to 17,000 players if that helps.

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Originally Posted by ty_ger07*:

 

Consolidating all servers into one file and automatically finding all servers in the database is under way. When it is finished, all you should need to do is provide your database connection details in the common file and nothing else.

 

In the mean time, if you view my demo pages, they are a mess as work is in progress.

 

Since the battlelog link is not in the database, I am using this alternative for the server join buttons in order to avoid users having to manually add battlelog links (the point is to make everything automatic):

 

$battlelog = 'http://battlelog.battlefield.com/bf4/servers/pc/_filtered=1&expand=0&useAdvanced=1&q=' . $ServerName;

 

Example:

 

http://battlelog.battlefield.com/bf4...01000Tx%20-%20

 

Instead of:

 

http://battlelog.battlefield.com/bf4...1000Tx-PBBANS/

 

Is that acceptable?

 

It won't bring you directly to the server's page since I don't think that is possible using the information available, but it does a battlelog search for that identical server name so the results should still be acceptable.

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Originally Posted by Kinsman*:

 

if you check the latest db I added for you, you will see i simply added "links" to the server table, and actually am storing them in the DB. Wouldn't be hard to run an sql to add that. Also all my links only need the server code itself, not the whole link, which makes life easier. (3c23b12d-da3c-4476-ba31-38f4630752ef).

 

Join Server

 

I'm also interested in what stats can be made global across all servers, so far these work ok, though SPM is just a calculation of your total score/time so not actually your BL SPM, as that uses teamscore, squad score etc etc.

 

http://jw.servegame.org/bf4stats/pub...php_id=MasoAus

 

And these server top 10's are ok, but theres no way to make them global.

 

http://jw.servegame.org/bf4stats/server.php_id=3

 

Attached Files:

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Originally Posted by ty_ger07*:

 

if you check the latest db I added for you, you will see i simply added "links" to the server table, and actually am storing them in the DB. Wouldn't be hard to run an sql to add that. Also all my links only need the server code itself, not the whole link, which makes life easier. (3c23b12d-da3c-4476-ba31-38f4630752ef).

Yes, I saw that. But it is not standard and the majority of people will not have that information in their database. Since I am making this all automatic for users who do not know how to access a database or find server ids and so forth, I cannot expect those users to modify their database and insert battlelog links into their database.

 

There is no way to make this code automatically find battlelog links and insert them into the database since there is no way to reliably automatically find battlelog links. So, that option is out. Doing a server search for the identical server name is much more automated.

 

I'm also interested in what stats can be made global across all servers, so far these work ok, though SPM is just a calculation of your total score/time so not actually your BL SPM, as that uses teamscore, squad score etc etc.

Yes, I plan to add global stats to the index page once the index page is created. The automated index page hasn't even been created yet.

 

I don't find SPM to be accurate. Therefore, I do not include it. For one, it does not include any bonuses (as you mentioned). Secondly, XpKiller's plugin does not seem to accurately monitor player's joining and leaving times for some reason in some situations. I have seen a player counted as being in an empty server for hours when they are actually not in the server at all. If their play time is not accurate, their SPM will be all screwed up. If SPM is all randomly screwed up, there is no valid comparisons to make between players. This is the same reason I have not included "total play time".

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Originally Posted by Kinsman*:

 

Haha yeah, maybe I should make that read as Total Recorded Playtime :biggrin:

 

No problem with the links, I'll just edit in our server details, as I much prefer to open the server page.

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Originally Posted by ty_ger07*:

 

Haha yeah, maybe I should make that read as Total Recorded Playtime :biggrin:

 

No problem with the links, I'll just edit in our server details, as I much prefer to open the server page.

Ok, sounds good.

 

This will take me a while to release since I am doing a lot of different things at once. I am just starting from the top and working down and have a long ways to go.

 

Highlights:

- SQL injection security fix by only allowing expected inputs

- New code structure splitting code into different files in the common folder to make finding what you are looking for easier

- One single index file which leads to all available servers automatically without needing to know server IDs or create multiple separate pages

- More comments in the code to explain what is going on

- Formatting SQL queries to make them more readable

- SQL queries executed with a specified connection link to avoid issues which might happen if you executed this page inside another page

- Minor SQL optimizations

- Minor file size reductions

- Better error handling

- URL query strings changed to make them slightly shorter and to reference PlayerID instead of SoldierName

- More graphs

- Vehicle stats (as much as the crippled Rcon will allow)

- And the new DLC of course

 

I am only about 1/4 finished so far...

 

Teaser:

http://open-web-community.com/bf4sta...=1540&search=1

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Originally Posted by ty_ger07*:

 

Code linked to in first post has been updated!! Updating your code to the latest code is highly recommended.

 

Changes:

- SQL injection security fix by only allowing expected inputs

- New code structure splitting code into different files in the common folder to make finding code easier

- One single index file which leads to all available servers automatically without needing to know server IDs or create multiple separate pages

- More comments in the code to explain what is going on

- Formatting SQL queries to make them more readable

- SQL queries executed with a connection link to avoid issues which might happen if you executed this page inside another page

- Minor SQL optimizations

- Minor file size reductions

- Better error handling

- URL query strings changed to make them slightly shorter and to reference PlayerID instead of SoldierName

- More graphs

- Vehicle stats (as much as the crippled Rcon will allow)

- Added DLC

 

 

http://open-web-community.com/bf4sta...tats/index.php

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Originally Posted by ty_ger07*:

 

I see there are no links for the global players on index, so I'm guessing it would be pretty hard.

Yeah...

 

The problem is that the global stats on the index page are pulling data from all the servers, so there is no single server stats to link to.

 

A global player stats page would be necessary. Which would be tricky I think. I haven't wrapped my head around how that would be done.

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Originally Posted by Kinsman*:

 

This seems to match up very well with your globals!

 

http://jw.servegame.org/bf4stats/pub...php_id=MasoAus

 

http://jw.servegame.org/stuff/

 

You will find that file attached a few posts above, hope it gives you some ideas. :biggrin:

 

Edit: reattached here

 

Attached Files:

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Originally Posted by ty_ger07*:

 

This seems to match up very well with your globals!

 

http://jw.servegame.org/bf4stats/pub...php_id=MasoAus

 

http://jw.servegame.org/stuff/

 

You will find that file attached a few posts above, hope it gives you some ideas. :biggrin:

 

Edit: reattached here

Fair enough.

 

Navigating to the page still seems a little awkward to me. I am afraid people would get lost. They might already be lost for all I know. There is an index page, there are individual stats pages for each server, and then add additional global stats pages? How will the user remember if they are in the global stats pages or individual server stats pages? How will they navigate back and forth between the pages fluidly?

 

It's the layout and navigation which is baffling me. I am afraid that the current navigation might already be confusing as it is.

 

Any ideas?

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