Introduced with Arma 3 version 1.50

Description 编辑

Class containing a list of all scripted functions and commands which can be remotely executed by BIS_fnc_MP / remoteExec / remoteExecCall on server or client machines. Can be defined in Config.cpp or in campaign's or mission's Description.ext. The most local variant is used.

Format 编辑

class CfgRemoteExec
       // List of script functions allowed to be sent from client via remoteExec
       class Functions
               // State of remoteExec: 0-turned off, 1-turned on, taking whitelist into account, 2-turned on, however, ignoring whitelists (default because of backward compatibility)
               mode = 2;
               // Ability to send jip messages: 0-disabled, 1-enabled (default)
               jip = 1;
               /*your functions here*/
               class YourFunction1
                      allowedTargets=0; // can target anyone (default)
                      jip = 0; // sending jip messages is disabled for this function (overrides settings in the Functions class)
               class YourFunction2 { allowedTargets=1; }; // can target only clients
               class YourFunction3 { allowedTargets=2; }; // can target only the server
       // List of script commands allowed to be sent from client via remoteExec
       class Commands
              /*your commands here*/
              class YourCommand1 { allowedTargets=0; jip=0; } // can target anyone, sending jip is turned off (overrides settings in the Commands class)

Notes 编辑

Posted on January 1, 2016
As BIS_fnc_MP now uses remoteExec, there are some functions spontaneously called by the game core that require whitelisting if "Functions" is set to "mode = 1;" in order to work: class BIS_fnc_effectKilledAirDestruction {}; class BIS_fnc_effectKilledSecondaries {}; class BIS_fnc_objectVar {}; Additionally, for initPlayerServer.sqf to work properly, BIS_fnc_execVM would also need to be whitelisted, but I don't personally recommend it, as it opens up vulnerabilities in competitive environments.