Depreciated: ESX Support

Adds support for ESX, QBCore and QBUS to other plugins, as well as the ability to issue fines automatically to users in-game.

This plugin is being phased out in favor of the newer frameworksupport support plugin. Please begin using that instead.

This plugin only functions with other plugins that require the standard version of Sonoran CAD or higher. The auto-fine functionality requires the pro version.

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ESX v2 is not supported by this plugin and will not function. Only ESX v1 is supported.

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1. Download and Install the Framework

If you haven't already, be sure to install and configure the plugin framework first.

2. Download the Plugin and all Dependencies

  1. Click HERE to download the esxsupport plugin .zip file.

3. Install the Plugin and all Dependencies

  1. Follow the standard plugin installation guide for the plugin.

4. [Optional] Add your Game Server IP and Port

This step is only required if you wish to use the automatic fine capability.

Be sure to have your game server IP and port set in the admin panel under Advanced > In-Game Integration > Server Events and Integrated Live Map

5. Set Your API ID

Don't forget to set your account API ID to properly link your in-game user to the CAD.

6. Configuration

Review the config_esxsupport.lua file to configure the plugin to behave how you like. The file is well documented. Please review all the settings!


Civilians in-game can be automatically billed with esx_billing.

To do so, simply enable issueFines in the config and add a list of custom record types to the fineableForms array. Also, be sure that you have configured your server IP and port in the admin menu.

Ex: fineableForms = {"Arrest Report", "Speeding Citation"}

The fines are pulled from your custom record's:

  • Charges section -> Fine field

  • Speed section -> Fine field


This plugin can be used to issue fines to players when reports/records are entered into the CAD that include fines. You can configure the reports/records that are finable in the configuration. This plugin also adds support for ESX that other plugins can take advantage of. Currently, the following plugins are supported:

  • dispatchnotify

    • Adds the ability to show character names in dispatch responses (officer names)

    • Adds the ability to restrict functionality to certain jobs (like police). See the dispatchnotify documentation for how to do this.

  • callcommands

    • Adds the ability to show character names for the caller when they use /911. This is automatic when the plugin is installed.

  • livemap

    • Adds the ability to show character names on the map.

Legacy ESX Support

Legacy ESX Support utilizes MySQL-Async in order to get character information from your database directly. ESX requires this in older versions so this shouldn't be an issue.

This is mainly for ESX v1 releases that were made before the character system implementation using only the users database table. These versions of ESX used the users table only for player information of active characters and a characters table that held all character information (active and secondary characters of your players).

Due to different handling of character information such as first name and last names, this option allows you to use esxsupport plugin with older "Legacy" ESX v1 releases.

Simply set legacyESX to true in your config_esxsupport.lua


Config ValueDescription


Newer ESX version use license instead of steam for identity.


Some ESX versions don't use the prefix (such as license:abc) with the identity, set to false to disable the prefix.


If you are using Qbus/QBCore set this to true.


Change to the prefix to the name of the event you are using for Qbus/QBCore (NOTE: this is primarily used for renamed QBCore frameworks)


Whether to issue fines to players for finable reports/forms


Whether to send a message in chat when a player is issued a fine


A list of the names of forms that should issue fines to players.


Set to true if default settings do not get character name properly (older esx_identity/ESX legacy versions) created for and tested with: ESX v1.1.0 esx_identity v1.0.2

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