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PokerMavens "bridge" with MySql Database.

Postby Draynor Village » Fri May 13, 2016 5:08 pm

Hello, I'm the head developer from a new game currency gambling website.
We already created a costum dice game for our website with obviously a database attached to it.

The person who owns the project wants us to implement pokermavens(gold edition) in our website this is where it gets a bit complicated.
We currently have a database storing logins,passwords,avatars,balance, etc...

The biggest Issue here is we can't easily acces the balance a user has in pokermaven since the website and PM server are hosted on a different server.
The only means I can think of is using sftp or something like that to acces the player save file from PM.

The API doesn't really support getting and setting the balance since it would have to be done after each "game".

Is there any way of making PM compatible with our database? or will I have to acces the actual PM save file on the different server each time the balance needs to be read/updated?

Any suggestions/help would be great.
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Re: PokerMavens "bridge" with MySql Database.

Postby Kent Briggs » Sat May 14, 2016 1:07 pm

Draynor Village wrote:The biggest Issue here is we can't easily acces the balance a user has in pokermaven since the website and PM server are hosted on a different server.


That doesn't matter because the API works via HTTP calls from anywhere.

The API doesn't really support getting and setting the balance since it would have to be done after each "game".


Typically you would just let the player "buy" poker chips using their central balance and let them cash out those chips back to the central balance after they've finished playing poker. Either put some menu functions on your web site where the players can do this as they wish or make it automatic when they log in and log out from the poker server.

Is there any way of making PM compatible with our database?


No.
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Re: PokerMavens "bridge" with MySql Database.

Postby Draynor Village » Sat May 14, 2016 2:22 pm

Thank you for your reply.

I've come to the same conclusion as you'e stated last night.
Thank you confirming this.
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