title says it all.
example: This package = http://steamdb.info/sub/15543/
How do i know which is the SUBID of each APP that is inside the package? Steamdb only lists the APPID doesn't list the SUBID. I guess there should be a tab named "Subs" that would then list all the subs within the package, but why there is not? Or am i missing something here?
I am pretty sure this information is obtainable and avaiable through Steamkit because i was used to get it from cdr.thebronasium.com (which unfortunately is no longer online) when i needed it, but since it seems steamdb is not listing this information on their db i need some help here.
I've tried the FAQ, and there's nothing there regarding this issue. I also tried steam's own console, but i could not find the command that triggers the dump of a sub, only of an app which is app_info_print.
There is no such thing as "package within package". You should be looking at app's page for a list of packages this app is included in: http://steamdb.info/app/202310/#section_subs
Thanks for replying so fast xPaw.
I am sorry i might have not been as specific as i would like. I'll try to reformulate.
Inside sub/package 15543 there is five APPIDs. But let's focus only on one APPID that is inside sub 15543, the APPID 202310. I want to find out which of these SUBIDs(http://steamdb.info/app/202310/#section_subs) i will receive when i buy the sub/package 15543. My guess is that if i buy the package/sub 15543 i will receive the SUBID 13946, and if i buy the package/sub 15544 i will receive the SUBID 13947.
The SUBID 13946 has a restriction "onlyallowrunincountries" while the SUBID 13947 does NOT have such restriction. Although the subs/packages 15543 and 15544 have the same games inside them, i have reasons to believe that they share the same similiraty as SUBIDs 13946 and 13947, which is, one is restricted to certain countries while the other is RoW. Unfortunately the only way to find out concretely is checking the SUBID of each item that is inside the sub/package, that way i will know for sure that if get the SUB/PACKAGE 15543, i will be getting an SUBID with or without the restriction.
I hope you have understood me now, but anyhow, thanks for the help.
You can't receive different package by buying one. If you buy 15543 you get 15543.
I see. So it is much simpler than i was thinking.
To validate your information i've checked a package that is already inside my steam account with the command licenses_print under steam's own console. And it seems you are right, the command lists the SUB/PACKAGE instead of the SUBID of each item that is inside the package. I should have done this before but i only thought of it now, but yeah, your info is valid.
Thank you xPaw.
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