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WEDB_Workshop_0.1.2 Database Editor (WE10 - WE10 JL) by BarboRV

WEDB_Workshop_0.1.2 Database Editor (WE10 - WE10 JL) Database EDITOR para los juegos: Winning Eleven 10, J-League Winning Eleven 10 Club Championship.

CARATTERISTICHE PRINCIPALI EDITING PLAYERS

- Consente di Modificare praticamente tutte le Caratteristiche dei Singoli Giocatori EDITING TEAMS

-Consente di Modificare la Posizione, le Caratteristiche di Attacco e di Difesa degli Undici Titolari TRASFERIMENTI

- Consente di Effettuare Trasferimenti tra i vari Teams presenti nel Gioco EDITOR GLOBALE

- Consente di Apportare Contemporaneamente Modifiche a tutti i Giocatori (Possibilità di Filtro per Ruolo)

Il "WE10 DB EditoRV" è molto user-friendly e non necessita di alcuna guida. - Una volta scompattato l'archivio vi ritroverete con tre files: "readme.txt", "WE10_DB_EditoRV.exe", "OffsetNomi.dat", "we6fe_zlib_tool.exe" e "zlib.dll"; - Lanciando il file "WE10_DB_EditoRV.exe" avrete una panoramica dei files che vi occorrono per avviare il tool e cominciare ad editare; - I files con estensione bin_001, bin_002 li ricaverete 'unzlibbando' i rispettivi unnamed/unknow (35-36-37 Files) mediante lo zlib editor; - Per fare ciò basterà lanciare il file "we6fe_zlib_tool.exe" e trascinare i vari unknow/unnamed nella casella EXPORT, ricordandovi che una volta chiuso il tool dovrete fare il processo inverso, trascinare cioè i vari .bin_001, .bin_002 etc.. nella casella IMPORT affinchè venga ricomposto il BIN originale; Piccolo TUTORIAL by D4WSON (1) Aprite lo O_Text con Dkz Studio..... evidenziate i files Unknown_00035, Unknown_00036, Unknown_00037, Unknown_00038 e poi col tasto destro "Exportar"...e gli dite in ke cartella... (2) Aprite il programmino we6fe_Zlib_tool e trascinate dalla cartella in cui avete messo i files quegli stessi files su "export".....vi appariranno cosi (sempore in quella cartella) tutti i nuovi files necessari.... (3) Aprite WE10_DB_EditorRV e nella prima pagina cliccate sulle icone "apri" e mettete quei files ke vi kiede (dovrebbero essere gia rinominati in quel modo)..in + mettete SPLM_663.74 quello del gioco (della vostra cartella di WE10) e OffsetNomi quello ke c'era allegato al rar di questo magnifico tool!!! Referencia: https://welab.forumcommunity.net/?t=4805227 [We10] Map Winning Eleven 10 Map 0_Text Winning Eleven 10 = https://winningeleven-games.com/thread-8146.html Map J_Text Winning Eleven 10 = https://winningeleven-games.com/thread-534.html Map 0_Sound Winning Eleven 10 = https://winningeleven-games.com/thread-536.html Map J_Sound Winning Eleven 10 = https://winningeleven-games.com/thread-535.html :sick:  :alter_mann:  :bowser:  :higuita-med:  :yoshi:  :gol-18:  ::beckham-england::  ::crespo::  ::champions-league-::  ::goool-gool::  ::totti-camera::  ::world-cup-2002:: :rally:  :goodpost:

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Pardon me for asking - I may end up asking a lot of questions on this forum as there isn't a lot of PS1/PS2 patching information available any more in English!

Are there programs like this for other J.League games? It is my ambition to have all of the PS2 J.League games with player and team names in English!


   
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Pardon me for asking - I may end up asking a lot of questions on this forum as there isn't a lot of PS1/PS2 patching information available any more in English!

Are there programs like this for other J.League games? It is my ambition to have all of the PS2 J.League games with player and team names in English!

you are Welcome @H_B_F_S_ , you can ask what you want!  :rolleyes:

The J.Leagues Series

  • J.League Winning Eleven '97 (PlayStation)
  • J.League Winning Eleven 98–'99 (PlayStation)
  • J.League Winning Eleven 2000 (PlayStation)
  • J.League Winning Eleven 2000 2nd (PlayStation)
  • J.League Winning Eleven 2001 (PlayStation)
  • J.League Winning Eleven 5 (PlayStation 2)
  • J.League Winning Eleven 6 (PlayStation 2)
  • J.League Winning Eleven 7 (PlayStation 2)
  • J.League Winning Eleven 8 (PlayStation 2)
  • J.League Winning Eleven 9 (PlayStation 2)
  • J.League Winning Eleven 10 (PlayStation 2)
  • J.League Winning Eleven 2007 (PlayStation 2)
  • J.League Winning Eleven 2008 (PlayStation 2)
  • J.League Winning Eleven 2009 (PlayStation 2)
  • J.League Winning Eleven 2010 (PlayStation 2)

The J.League Winning Eleven 10 is the one with the best tools... in database ang graphics, the rest of the games have a combination of tools like Obocaman Software ( Game GRaphic Studio ), or AFS EXplorer by Tato or Database editor like (WE10 - WE10 JL) by BarboRV or WEditor v.1.2 by kmochida... almost all those tools work with that games but the version of J.League have best tools for my t its J.League Winning Eleven 10 .  :big_boss:

There are several tools that I have in my backups, as I find them I will upload them  :alter_mann:

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Pardon me for asking - I may end up asking a lot of questions on this forum as there isn't a lot of PS1 / PS2 patching information available any more in English!

Are there programs like this for other J.League games? It is my ambition to have all of the PS2 J.League games with player and team names in English!

you are Welcome @ H_B_F_S_ , you can ask what you want!  :rolleyes:

The J.Leagues Series

  • J.League Winning Eleven '97 ( PlayStation )
  • J.League Winning Eleven 98 – '99 ( PlayStation )
  • J.League Winning Eleven 2000 ( PlayStation )
  • J.League Winning Eleven 2000 2nd ( PlayStation )
  • J.League Winning Eleven 2001 ( PlayStation )
  • J.League Winning Eleven 5 ( PlayStation 2 )
  • J.League Winning Eleven 6 ( PlayStation 2 )
  • J.League Winning Eleven 7 ( PlayStation 2 )
  • J.League Winning Eleven 8 ( PlayStation 2 )
  • J.League Winning Eleven 9 ( PlayStation 2 )
  • J.League Winning Eleven 10 ( PlayStation 2 )
  • J.League Winning Eleven 2007 ( PlayStation 2 )
  • J.League Winning Eleven 2008 ( PlayStation 2 )
  • J.League Winning Eleven 2009 ( PlayStation 2 )
  • J.League Winning Eleven 2010 ( PlayStation 2 )

The J.League Winning Eleven 10 is the one with the best tools ... in database ang graphics, the rest of the games have a combination of tools like Obocaman Software (Game GRaphic Studio), or AFS EXplorer by Tato or Database editor like (WE10 - WE10 JL) by BarboRV or WEditor v.1.2 by kmochida ... almost all those tools work with that games but the version of J.League have best tools for my t its J.League Winning Eleven 10 .  :big_boss:

There are several tools that I have in my backups, as I find them I will upload them  :alter_mann:

:at:

Thank you so much! All I want to be able to do (at this stage) is change team and player names into English. I understand that Fabio Vitor has created an option file editor for JL 2007 and 2010 but it seems from his Facebook page that he isn't willing to release it. Certainly not yet.

So my only option now seems to be editing the game files. I found the database editor for JL 10 and thought that all the other games might have that editor but no!

So could I at least edit player names with other tools like the ones you explained (AFS Explorer, WEditor etc)?


   
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The J.Leagues Series

  • J.League Winning Eleven '97 ( PlayStation )
  • J.League Winning Eleven 98 – '99 ( PlayStation )
  • J.League Winning Eleven 2000 ( PlayStation )
  • J.League Winning Eleven 2000 2nd ( PlayStation )
  • J.League Winning Eleven 2001 ( PlayStation )
  • J.League Winning Eleven 5 ( PlayStation 2 )
  • J.League Winning Eleven 6 ( PlayStation 2 )
  • J.League Winning Eleven 7 ( PlayStation 2 )
  • J.League Winning Eleven 8 ( PlayStation 2 )
  • J.League Winning Eleven 9 ( PlayStation 2 )
  • J.League Winning Eleven 10 ( PlayStation 2 )
  • J.League Winning Eleven 2007 ( PlayStation 2 )
  • J.League Winning Eleven 2008 ( PlayStation 2 )
  • J.League Winning Eleven 2009 ( PlayStation 2 )
  • J.League Winning Eleven 2010 ( PlayStation 2 )

Thank you so much! All I want to be able to do (at this stage) is change team and player names into English. I understand that Fabio Vitor has created an option file editor for JL 2007 and 2010 but it seems from his Facebook page that he isn't willing to release it. Certainly not yet.

So my only option now seems to be editing the game files. I found the database editor for JL 10 and thought that all the other games might have that editor but no!

So could I at least edit player names with other tools like the ones you explained (AFS Explorer, WEditor etc)?

if you like to play with teams and players all in english maybe you can Download Game Full .ISO:
- JLeague Winning Eleven 10 (Proyecto82)
- JLeague Winning Eleven 2015 (JLeague 2015)
- JLeague Winning Eleven 10 (Copa Mundo 2007-2008)
- JLeague Winning Eleven 10 (Liga Argentina)
- JLeague Winning Eleven 10 Clasicos (World Clubs Edition)

The Patch only traslate: Need the .ISO of WE6JLeague
- WE6JLeague Traslate Patch

Programs to edit and import database:
- WEDB_Workshop_0.1.2 Database Editor (WE10 - WE10 JL) by BarboRV (The Best Editor)
- https://winningeleven-games.com/thread-8907.html Editor Option File
- Option File Editor for PES series

Option Files:
I upload some Option Files for JLeague Series but its saved  files in Max Drive (.max) format.

- WE10 JLeague WeLab v.2.0
- WE2007 JLeague Wendetta Team

Need to research in BackUps Sure have more .PPF traslate like Fernando_WE10JL_English_V2 or Messi Translated Option File with player names and teams name of leaguess:

- J-League 1 100%
- J-League 2 100%
- Premiere League Inglese 100%
- Ligue 1 Francese 100%
- Serie A Italiana 100%
- Eredivise 100%
- Liga Spagnola 100%
- Altre Leghe A 100%
- Altre Leghe B 100%

Hope that info can help you to download a Game Full .ISO or  Option File or Editor Option File to can enjoy the games.

The JLeague Series its very cool but at the same time they have fewer patches!

I keep looking in my backups for games, programs and Option Files for that games  :rolleyes:

:alter_mann:  :alter_mann:

I recommend WE6 and WE6FE because that games have a excelente Master Leage, the WE6 have 3 Master League.

Note: The Best game with tools for editing its Winning Eleven 10, JLeague Winning Eleven 10 , Pro Evolution Soccer 6  :rolleyes:

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The J.Leagues Series

  • J.League Winning Eleven '97 ( PlayStation )
  • J.League Winning Eleven 98 – '99 ( PlayStation )
  • J.League Winning Eleven 2000 ( PlayStation )
  • J.League Winning Eleven 2000 2nd ( PlayStation )
  • J.League Winning Eleven 2001 ( PlayStation )
  • J.League Winning Eleven 5 ( PlayStation 2 )
  • J.League Winning Eleven 6 ( PlayStation 2 )
  • J.League Winning Eleven 7 ( PlayStation 2 )
  • J.League Winning Eleven 8 ( PlayStation 2 )
  • J.League Winning Eleven 9 ( PlayStation 2 )
  • J.League Winning Eleven 10 ( PlayStation 2 )
  • J.League Winning Eleven 2007 ( PlayStation 2 )
  • J.League Winning Eleven 2008 ( PlayStation 2 )
  • J.League Winning Eleven 2009 ( PlayStation 2 )
  • J.League Winning Eleven 2010 ( PlayStation 2 )

Thank you so much! All I want to be able to do (at this stage) is change team and player names into English. I understand that Fabio Vitor has created an option file editor for JL 2007 and 2010 but it seems from his Facebook page that he isn't willing to release it. Certainly not yet.

So my only option now seems to be editing the game files. I found the database editor for JL 10 and thought that all the other games might have that editor but no!

So could I at least edit player names with other tools like the ones you explained (AFS Explorer, WEditor etc)?

if you like to play with teams and players all in english maybe you can Download Game Full .ISO:
- JLeague Winning Eleven 10 (Proyecto82)
- JLeague Winning Eleven 2015 (JLeague 2015)
- JLeague Winning Eleven 10 (Copa Mundo 2007-2008)
- JLeague Winning Eleven 10 (Liga Argentina)
- JLeague Winning Eleven 10 Clasicos (World Clubs Edition)

The Patch only traslate: Need the .ISO of WE6JLeague
- WE6JLeague Traslate Patch

Programs to edit and import database:
- WEDB_Workshop_0.1.2 Database Editor (WE10 - WE10 JL) by BarboRV (The Best Editor)
- https://winningeleven-games.com/thread-8907.html Editor Option File
- Option File Editor for PES series

Option Files:
I upload some Option Files for JLeague Series but its saved  files in Max Drive (.max) format.

- WE10 JLeague WeLab v.2.0
- WE2007 JLeague Wendetta Team

Need to research in BackUps Sure have more .PPF traslate like Fernando_WE10JL_English_V2 or Messi Translated Option File with player names and teams name of leaguess:

- J-League 1 100%
- J-League 2 100%
- Premiere League Inglese 100%
- Ligue 1 Francese 100%
- Serie A Italiana 100%
- Eredivise 100%
- Liga Spagnola 100%
- Altre Leghe A 100%
- Altre Leghe B 100%

Hope that info can help you to download a Game Full .ISO or  Option File or Editor Option File to can enjoy the games.

The JLeague Series its very cool but at the same time they have fewer patches!

I keep looking in my backups for games, programs and Option Files for that games  :rolleyes:

:alter_mann:  :alter_mann:

I recommend WE6 and WE6FE because that games have a excelente Master Leage, the WE6 have 3 Master League.

Note: The Best game with tools for editing its Winning Eleven 10, JLeague Winning Eleven 10 , Pro Evolution Soccer 6  :rolleyes:

:sick:  :big_boss:  :gol-18:  :higuita-med:  ::champions-league-::

Some of those patches are great but I hope to play with the J.League teams originally in the game. :)

I tried the English patch for JL WE6 but it didn't work on my PS3. I must try again on different systems. It was a clean ISO that I ripped from the game (I own all the J.League games  :cool:).

I will certainly try those option files this week - thank you!

I've played quite a lot of WE6FE - maybe my second favourite in the series behind WE7I! The three-tier Master League is great.


   
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you're right  H_B_F_S_  it's better to play J.League teams originally database.
I am searching a default Option Files for JLeagues in my backups 

If I find the files I will upload them to a server  :rolleyes:

God post on tweet  :rolleyes: 

:exclamation:  :exclamation:

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you're right  H_B_F_S_  it's better to play J.League teams originally database.
I am searching a default Option Files for JLeagues in my backups 

If I find the files I will upload them to a server   :rolleyes:

God post on tweet  :rolleyes: 

:exclamation:  :exclamation:

Finally tried the OFs - very good! 

I also got the JL WE6 translation patch to work. Burned it to a disc and then copied that disc - strange but it worked! Shame that the ad boards have been changed, and the players enter the pitch to the Champions League music. I assume assets have been taken from a WE6 FE patch or something.


   
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Finally tried the OFs - very good! 

I also got the JL WE6 translation patch to work. Burned it to a disc and then copied that disc - strange but it worked! Shame that the ad boards have been changed, and the players enter the pitch to the Champions League music. I assume assets have been taken from a WE6 FE patch or something.

excelent post, I'm glad that.  :big_boss:

you're right when applying the patch, it modifies The .ISO content and everything changed...

have patience while the the program Patch The .ISO/BIN ... the patch .pff

Patience while the Program Patch Write .ISO....
the  program took  time to work...
without opening other programs :big_boss:

:alter_mann:

:P  :mexconicon:  :banda2:  :bravo:

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El mejor programa y facil de usar


   
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Does any of you have a configuration for DkZ Studio DB editor for this game (J. League Winning Eleven 10 + Europe League '06-'07)?


   
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Does any of you have a configuration for DkZ Studio DB editor for this game (J. League Winning Eleven 10 + Europe League '06-'07)?

Hi @PESLFF Welcome to The Forum

I do not use the program  DkZ Studio DB editor, if I remember correctly is by selecting the SLPM_File and the program display the files you need to performance

Nevermind, its better WEDB_Workshop_0.1.2 by BarboRV is suitable for work  (WE10 - WE10 JL)

Note: If you have a .XPS Database can used WE10 XPS to PARA BarboRV to convert the file .XPS to Bin Format and import to Game or can work via program Bin File.  :big_boss:

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Thanks for welcoming and I know that you need to choose SLPM file, but the problem is that this game have SLPM_665.95 which is not on my DkZ Studio list and it looks like it's not in yours either and that is the reason why I asked if somebody have it, because, for example, I didn't have configuration for PES6.EXE, but I managed to find it in some YouTube video and now I am able to view and edit PES 6 PC database...

I tried to use this program, but I didn't managed to get it work...

P.S. What I am trying to do is to make a J. League mod for PES 6 using this game as a reference.
P.S.S. Maybe you know a way how to convert faces from this game to PES 6 (PC), because all J. League players have original faces in this game?


   
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Thanks for welcoming and I know that you need to choose SLPM file, but the problem is that this game have SLPM_665.95 which is not on my DkZ Studio list and it looks like it's not in yours either and that is the reason why I asked if somebody have it, because, for example, I didn't have configuration for PES6.EXE, but I managed to find it in some YouTube video and now I am able to view and edit PES 6 PC database...

I tried to use this program, but I didn't managed to get it work...

P.S. What I am trying to do is to make a J. League mod for PES 6 using this game as a reference.
P.S.S. Maybe you know a way how to convert faces from this game to PES 6 (PC), because all J. League players have original faces in this game?

as I wrote you in the previous post, I NEVER USE THE PROGRAM For DEVELOPMENT My Patch´s  DkZ Studio DB editor. for my its Garbage
that program has NEVER BEEN USED IN MY DEVELOPMENTS of patches or mods.

For me, this program is a Piece of Crap (ESE PROGRAMA ES MIERDA PARA MI), it doesn't work for me, I use more professional programs from other programmers.

I do not use the program  DkZ Studio DB editor, I use more professional programs like NoMad DBEditor...

The program can edit:
- Dabatabse Player
- From of several ps2 and pc games!  PES6, WE2008, PES2008... each new version brings new enhancements and game support... It's more professional and better, you don't need Option FIles.  :big_boss: 
- Also can import from previews version of PES and Winning Eleven Verisions

I hope you understand what I have written...

I don't use junk software such as  DkZ Studio DB editor    :rolleyes:

NO USO SOFTARE BASURA COMO DkZ Studio DB editor, USO PROGRAMAS MAS PROFESIONALES

Buen dia  :rolleyes:

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Pardon me for asking - I may end up asking a lot of questions on this forum as there isn't a lot of PS1/PS2 patching information available any more in English!

Are there programs like this for other J.League games? It is my ambition to have all of the PS2 J.League games with player and team names in English!

you are Welcome @H_B_F_S_ , you can ask what you want!  :rolleyes:

The J.Leagues Series

  • J.League Winning Eleven '97 (PlayStation)
  • J.League Winning Eleven 98–'99 (PlayStation)
  • J.League Winning Eleven 2000 (PlayStation)
  • J.League Winning Eleven 2000 2nd (PlayStation)
  • J.League Winning Eleven 2001 (PlayStation)
  • J.League Winning Eleven 5 (PlayStation 2)
  • J.League Winning Eleven 6 (PlayStation 2)
  • J.League Winning Eleven 7 (PlayStation 2)
  • J.League Winning Eleven 8 (PlayStation 2)
  • J.League Winning Eleven 9 (PlayStation 2)
  • J.League Winning Eleven 10 (PlayStation 2)
  • J.League Winning Eleven 2007 (PlayStation 2)
  • J.League Winning Eleven 2008 (PlayStation 2)
  • J.League Winning Eleven 2009 (PlayStation 2)
  • J.League Winning Eleven 2010 (PlayStation 2)

The J.League Winning Eleven 10 is the one with the best tools... in database ang graphics, the rest of the games have a combination of tools like Obocaman Software ( Game GRaphic Studio ), or AFS EXplorer by Tato or Database editor like (WE10 - WE10 JL) by BarboRV or WEditor v.1.2 by kmochida... almost all those tools work with that games but the version of J.League have best tools for my t its J.League Winning Eleven 10 .  :big_boss:

There are several tools that I have in my backups, as I find them I will upload them  :alter_mann:

:at:

Do you have Editor for Winning Eleven 3 final?


   
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