Useful Tool: EMC Shopkeeper

Discussion in 'Marketplace Discussion' started by shavingfoam, Mar 6, 2013.

  1. Version 0.5.26 released! Changes include:
    • Item name/icon fixes.
    • Due to an incorrect item name mapping, EMC Shopkeeper has been treating all transactions for "Grass" items as if they were "Grass Block" items. This has been happening since EMC's 1.13/1.14/1.15 update (I think). The issue will be corrected for all downloaded transactions going forward, but unfortunately there is no way to correct this issue for transactions that have already been ingested into EMC Shopkeeper's database.
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  2. im having errors about the grass blocks meaning its not allowing me to start up the notifcation
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  3. same!

    when i try to launch it, it says this.

    and then when i click ok this error pops up:

    i have clicked send error report, too
  4. Same error.
    java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: Multiple entries with same key: Grass Block=jar:file:/home/emma/Downloads/emc-shopkeeper-full.jar!/emcshop/gui/images/items/grass_block.png and Grass Block=jar:file:/home/emma/Downloads/emc-shopkeeper-full.jar!/emcshop/gui/images/items/grass_block.png
        at emcshop.gui.ItemSuggestField.init(
        at emcshop.EMCShopkeeper.launchGui(
        at emcshop.EMCShopkeeper.main(
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  5. Thanks all and sorry for the error.

    Did this error just start appearing now for you? Have you had any problems running EMC Shopkeeper since the last update was released on Jan 23?
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  6. This was the 1st time trying to run it on the latest version

    It updated and backed up the database fine i think
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  7. Ok, I think it should be fixed now. Let me know if it works?

    Version 0.5.27 released! Changes include:
    • Fixed an error that prevented EMC Shopkeeper from starting up.
    Download it now!
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  8. Works for me :)
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  9. Hey shaving, a few things!
    1. do you intend on adding multiple account compatibility? I understand on the wiki page for shopkeeper it has a few steps to add multiple accounts, but it would be nice if we could easily switch between the accounts/ profiles without relaunching the program and to include/ not include them to compare the transactions:)
    2. Is it possible to differentiate what Enchanted Books are sold? I know their MC item name is all enchanted_book, so is this more of an issue on Mojang's way of naming items or EMC's for not logging specific enchants in the rupee log, therefore not giving the appropriate information needed to separate them into different enchantments.
    3. Leashes are now known as Leads-- EMC Shopkeeper shows them still as leashes (which im confused how it can accurately compile and report lead transactions without the updated item name)
    4. Clocks aren't able to be inventoried in EMC Shopkeeper-- it just doesn't come up when I try to type in the item name field.
    Thank you! :)
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  10. No, but you can open multiple profiles at once if you do it though the command line. You could create two .BAT files that contains the following commands.
    File 1: java -jar emc-shopkeeper-full.jar
    File 2: java -jar emc-shopkeeper-full.jar --profile=PROFILENAME

    Unfortunately not. Same goes for potions. Everything is based off of what is shown on the rupee transaction history, so if all it says is "Enchanted Book" there's nothing I can do.

    Each item in EMC Shopkeeper's item database has a list of aliases that it uses to map the item names from the rupee transaction history to the items names that are displayed in EMC Shopkeeper. Leads are one example. Reason being: I think very early on in EMC's history, leads used to be called "leashes" on shop signs (possibly because "leash" is the American word for "lead"). So whenever EMC Shopkeeper sees "lead" in the transaction history, it changes that to "leash". You can see the entire mapping database here:

    EMC Shopkeeper calls them watches. I think this is also a throwback to EMC's early days!
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  11. Hey shaving, what files would i need to edit in order to change the profile names? i am trying to add 1., 2., etc. for listing my alts in a specific order.. i tried renaming the profile folders but this just made it not recognized by EMC shopkeeper so i reverted the folder names, and it works again...

    Thank you!
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  12. Renaming the folders should be enough. What exactly happened when you tried that?
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  13. It did not recognize the profile
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  14. Can you be more specific? Did it show you an error message? Did the renamed profile folder not show up in the profile selection dropdown list?

    Did you close EMC Shopkeeper before renaming the folder?

    What did you rename it to?
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