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Requirements

How to run

Windows

Double click on jeveassets.jar

Linux

in terminal run:
java -jar /path/to/jEveAssets/jeveassets.jar
where "path/to" is the path on your computer to the jeveassets directory

or

cd to jEveAssets directory and run:
java -jar jeveassets.jar

Update jEveAssets to a new version

Simply overwrite all the old files with the new ones. Your settings and assets will stay untouched.

Sort columns

You need to double click to sort a new column. A single click will sub-sort the column.

Portable

Add the command line argument: -portable
java -jar jeveassets.jar -portable

Settings location

Replace USERNAME with your username

Windows

XP: C:\Documents and Settings\USERNAME\.jeveassets\
Vista and later: C:\Users\USERNAME\.jeveassets\

Linux

/home/USERNAME/.jeveassets/

Mac

~/Library/Preferences/JEveAssets

jEveAssets will not run

Solutions 1

Re-download jEveAssets (jEveAsset can get corrupted doing download)

  1. Download jEveAssets
  2. Unzip
  3. Double click on jeveasset.jar

Solutions 2

Re-install java (old versions of java are bad)

  1. Uninstall all versions of java (help)
  2. Download the latest version of java
  3. Install java (help)

File Lock

File locks are necessary to prevent file corruption.
If jEveAssets is forcefully terminated while reading/writing a file, the file will never be unlocked.
This prevent jEveAssets from accessing the file.

  1. Close all instances of jEveAssets (You can restart your computer to be 100% sure all instances of jEveAssets is closed)
  2. Run a single instance of jEveAssets (This will delete all existing file locks)

Add Character/Corporation

Note: step 1 and 2 can be skipped if you run jEveAssets for the first time.

  1. Go to Options > Accounts...
  2. Click Add
  3. Click ESI
  4. (Corporation) Click the Character button and select Corporation
  5. (Optional) Click Scopes and select the scopes you want to use
    Note: jEveAssets will have limited functionality if you do not select all scopes.
  6. Click Authorize
  7. The Eve SSO web page should open on your browser
  8. Click Authorize on the web page
  9. Return to jEveAssets and wait for the import process to finish
  10. Click OK

API Key Troubleshooting

Solutions to common errors while importing API Keys

API Proxy

Invalid API Proxy.

  1. In the menu select: Options > Options...
  2. Select Proxy
  3. Uncheck Enable API Proxy or make sure API Proxy Address is set correct.

Proxy Server

If you're behind a proxy server, you need to enable it in jEveAssets.

  1. In the menu select: Options > Options...
  2. Select Proxy
  3. Select your Proxy Type
  • Direct = No proxy server
  • HTTP = Http proxy server
  • SOCKS = Socks proxy server
  1. Enter your Proxy Address and Proxy Port

Firewall blocks Java

  1. Disable your firewall (at your own risk...)
  2. Import API Keys in jEveAssets
  3. Enable your firewall
    If you succeed, you need to add a firewall exception for Java (Please contact your firewall provider, for additional help)

API is down

  1. Check if the API is down
  2. Wait until it's back up...

API is unstable

Try a couple of times (Press Previous to retry...)

API Error

This is a CCP API Error. Feel free to ask for help (please include the error code)

I give up...

No problem! if you have tried everything above, please send a bug report

Bugs

Please send an email to niklaskr@gmail.com and include the following:

  1. The jeveassets.log in the settings location
  2. Instructions on how to reproduce the bug

Asking for help

If nothing of the above solve your problem.

  1. Make a post in the forum thread
  2. Please include the following information: Operation System and Java version (if you know)

I'll do my best to help you.

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