In this guide, we will be going over how to set up your tasks within Carnage.
Carnage uses a .csv file to read your tasks and to succesfully run for a release. This file is very similar to what you would normally see within an excel spreadsheet. In order to edit this file, we recommend that you use Rons Editior.
When you first launch Carnage, a folder will appear on your desktop. This folder will contains 9 files, these are Accounts, Logs, Proxies, Profiles, Quicktasks, Tasks, Amazon Session, Settings and Success. Furthermore, within the "tasks" folder, you will find a automatically generated blank .csv file for you to edit and complete.
When you open this file with Rons Editior, it should look like this:
Columns and their meaning.
There are a variety of columns that are available to fill in, however, please note that some of these will only work with specific modules. Therefore please check our site-related artices here for further information in regards to what columns are used when creating your tasks.
Site: Here you can select the site that you would like to run.
Check_Stock: For some sites you can select whether you want Carnage to monitor the item before attempting checkout. You can either input True or False. Please check the specific site-related article as to whether or not this is used with the module you want to run.
Product: This is the product that you would like to run for. This can either be a link or a PID depending on module that you are running.
Quantity: Here you can select how many of a particular item you would like to checkout. Please keep in mind that some sites may limit this. This option is currently available for Amazon, Otto, Aldi UK/DE, Ardbeg, Coop IT, Disney, Mediaworld, MediaMarkt, Saturn, LDLC, Euronics, NextHS, Swatch and Game UK modules.
Price_Range: Here you can select the price range of the item that you would like to checkout. This option is only currently available for Amazon and Otto modules.
Dummy_Product: This option is required for when you want to run the Preload mode. This mode is only available for the Swatch and Disney module.
Size: If available, you can select which size you would like to run for.
Profile_Name: Here you need to input which profile you would like to use.
Account: Some of our modules require an account to be used, here you can input the login. The format for this is email:password.
Method: Here you select which payment method you would like to use.
Captcha: Here you can select which captcha provider you would like to use. If this is left blank, then Carnage will automatically choose from the providers that you have set in your settings file. You can find more information on catpcha service providers here.
Store_Id: Some sites allow you to purchase for collection. Here you can input the store_id of where you would like this to be. This option is only currently available for the Otto, Coop and Unieuro Modules.
Mode: Here you input which mode you would like to use.
Discount_Code: If the site allows it, then you may input a discount code here. This option is currently available for Disney and Otto.
Error_Delay: Here you can choose your retry / monitor delays. To do this you'll need to input your delays in a retry-monitor format. For example, for an initial release we would recommend that you use 3000-3000,
Proxy_Group: This is where you select which proxy group you would like to use. For more information on proxies, please check our proxy article.
Store_Country: If the module supports multiple countries, then you can select which country you would like to run for here. The format of the country must be written fully. For example, UK should be United Kingdom.
Webhook: Tasks will always send a webhook to the one that you have inputted within your settings file. However, if for some reason you would want the webhook to be sent elsewhere, then you can input a different webhook in that column. You can use this option regardless of the module that you are running.
Please check the store specific articles for more in-depth information on how to set-up your tasks. These articles will have included examples that are specific to that site. You can find these in the Sitelist catergory.