/econ help [page]
Lists the plugin commands and briefly describes them.
Notes: Also displays for any unrecognized or inaccessible command, though ignoring the page argument in these cases.
Displays how much money you own.
Notes: The permission for this command is "BOSEconomy.common.wallet".
/econ income [page]
Lists your income bracket(s) and rate of payment.
/econ mastery [page]
Lists brackets that you are the master of.
< /econ pay | /pay > <name> <amount>
Pays money to another user or bank account.
Notes: Only allows payments to online players when used by another player, and accepts partial name matches. Serves as an alias for the add command for the server console. Players who do not have permission to deposit into bank accounts will not be able to use this command to do so.
/econ info <name> [page]
Displays information about a player or bank.
Notes: Lists the income brackets of the player or bank, their total income, and how much money they own.
/econ mastery <name> [page]
Lists brackets that a player or bank is the master of.
/econ set <name> <amount>
Sets a player or bank's money.
/econ add <name> <amount>
Adds to a player or bank's money.
Notes: Equivalent to using the "sub" command with a negative number.
/econ sub <name> <amount>
Subtracts from a player or bank's money.
Notes: Equivalent to using the "add" command with a negative number.
/econ clear <name>
Sets a player or bank's money to zero.
Notes: Equivalent to using the "set" command with a value of zero.
/econ scale <multiplier>
Scales all of the money in the economy.
Notes: Affects all accounts, brackets, and the initial-money setting. Can be used with negative numbers to negate all money, or zero to set all money to zero.
/econ reload [category1] ...
Reloads BOSEconomy data.
Notes: Valid catecories are settings, accounts, brackets, and all. If no categories are provided, all of them are reloaded.
/econ save [category1] ...
Immediately saves BOSEconomy data.
Notes: Valid catecories are settings, accounts, brackets, and all. If no categories are provided, all of them are saved.
Displays some server statistics.
Notes: Displays the total player count, total money, average money, and average income. Stats do not factor in bank accounts.
Displays the top 5 wealthiest players.
/econ bracket create <bracket> <value> [master]
Creates a new bracket.
/econ bracket remove <bracket>
Removes a bracket.
/econ bracket rename <bracket> <name>
Renames a bracket.
/econ bracket list [page]
Lists all of the brackets.
/econ bracket info <bracket>
Displays information about a bracket.
Notes: Displays the wage value, payment interval, master, exclusion state, lock state, online mode setting, and disabled state.
/econ bracket set <bracket> <field> [value]
Changes a bracket's settings.
Notes: Valid fields are value, interval, master, excluded, locked, online, and disabled. The latter 4 fields accept yes, no, true, and false as values. The interval is set to use the default value if left blank. The master is cleared when left blank. The master field will not allow a bracket member to be used as the value.
/econ bracket setmaster <bracket> [master]
Sets or removes a bracket's master.
Notes: Equivalent to setting the master field using the "bracket set" command. Will not allow a bracket member to be set to the master.
/econ bracket removemaster <bracket>
Removes a bracket's master.
Notes: Equivalent to clearing the master field with the "bracket set" command.
/econ bracket listmembers <bracket> [page]
Lists the members of a bracket.
Notes: Specifies the multiplier of each member if greater than one, and specifies when the member is a bank account.
/econ bracket addmember <bracket> <member>
Adds a member to a bracket.
Notes: Will not allow the bracket master to be added as a member.
/econ bracket removemember <bracket> <member>
Removes a member from a bracket.
/econ bracket setmultiplier <bracket> <member> <multiplier>
Sets a member's multiplier in a bracket.
/econ bracket clear <account> [filter1] ...
Removes an account from its brackets.
Notes: Valid filters are 'member' and 'master', to remove the account from brackets that it is a member or the master of. If none are provided, all filters are used.
/econ bank create <bank> [owner1] ...
Creates a new bank account.
/econ bank remove <bank>
Removes a bank account.
/econ bank rename <bank> <name>
Renames a bank account.
/econ bank list [page]
Lists all bank accounts.
/econ bank info <bank> [page]
Displays information about a bank account.
Notes: Lists the income brackets of the bank, its total income, and how much money it has.
/econ bank mastery <bank> [page]
Lists brackets that a bank is the master of.
/econ bank listmembers <bank> [page]
Lists the members of a bank account.
Notes: Specifies when a member is an owner.
/econ bank withdraw <bank> <amount>
Withdraws money from a bank account.
/econ bank deposit <bank> <amount>
Deposits money into a bank account.
Notes: Available to any player, not just bank owners and members.
/econ bank addowner <bank> <player>
Adds an owner to a bank account.
Notes: If the player is already a member, they are changed to be an owner.
/econ bank addmember <bank> <player>
Adds a member to a bank account.
Notes: If the player is already an owner, they are changed to be a member.
/econ bank removemember <bank> <player>
Removes a member or owner from a bank account.
/econ request list [page]
Lists all of your requests.
Notes: Lists sent and received requests, with unique ID numbers for each one.
/econ request do <request> <action>
Performs an action on a request.
Notes: Valid actions are 'cancel' for sent requests, and 'accept' or 'reject' for received requests.
/econ payday reset
Resets the payday timer.
Notes: Initializes the payday interval at whatever time the command is sent, allowing users to schedule the payday. From this point in time, the interval continues normally. This does not prompt an immediate payday to occur; it postpones it by one payday interval.
Some additional notes:
All list commands will dump the entire list if the server console sends the command, ignoring the page argument.
Invalid or unprovided page arguments for list commands will display the first page of the list.
Commands accessed using administrator privileges will display "an administrator" instead of the name of the admin when providing feedback to involved players.
You can use "/ec" as an alias for "/econ", "br" for "bracket", and "ba" for "bank".
The server console has permissions to absolutely every command.
All commands have either or both a unique "common" and "admin" permission. For instance, the "bank info" command has the permissions "BOSEconomy.common.bank.info" and "BOSEconomy.admin.bank.info". The common permission allows access when the user is a bank member, and the admin permission allows access to any bank account.
All "money" commands can be used on bank accounts by providing a $ prefix before the bank account's name.
All commands are case-insensitive.
- Date created
- Oct 17, 2011