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Discussion scriptObject Exel database

Discussion in 'Editor & General Support' started by bplc, Jul 15, 2022.

  1. bplc

    bplc

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    Hello,
    I am looking for information to integrate a scriptObject database, with an Exel file, I have to manage a lot of objects, it seems easier to me to manage this, with an Exel file.

    If there is another method, I'm listening.
     
  2. spiney199

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    It's not difficult. You just read off the spread sheet or a csv file and use that data to generate scriptable objects.

    Otherwise you can use existing editor tooling or make your own to streamline editing large numbers of scriptable objects.
     
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  3. bplc

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    Ok thank you, so it is possible :)
    So i also assume that my scriptsObjects can be created with mysql and that I can modify my database with my exel file ?
     
  4. JeffDUnity3D

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  5. bplc

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    There are several ways to import a csv, with phpMyAdmin or with the terminal, or with ODBC, but it's a bit more complicated.

    I need to be able to modify a large number of objects, in a simple and fast way on a server, and since this is a method that I use on sales websites, this seems to me the most logical.
     
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  6. JeffDUnity3D

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    Yes manual vs automated.