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6:51 pm
January 12, 2010


inspidi

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I have to make a report of how many new users have visited a Lotus Domino hosted site. The Domino log file mentions 12 fields, one of which is the username. Is there any means to make a report which shows the user name? Or possibly to get the whole log string rather than a field enumerated in the help section of the config file? Thanks for your help.

6:59 pm
January 12, 2010


Jean-Luc

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Hi,

You can get a report showing the number of pages, hits and bandwidth by user if you use an extra section with an extra field: within the LogFormat  directive , call the user name %extra1 . In the extra section, call it extra1 . This should generate the list you asked for.

12:11 pm
January 14, 2010


inspidi

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Thank you for your helpful answer. I modified my config file as you indicated , but noticed that the default user report does no longer work afterwards (showAuthenticatedUsers=1). Also I wonder why the %extra1 parameter should be used if the logformat already contains the parameter %logname. Is there a specific reason for this? (I tried with "logname" in the extrasection but failed).

Finally, when I regenerate the stats the report is empty (no lines). The section is as follows.
ExtraSectionName3="Test 14/01"
ExtraSectionCodeFilter3="200 304"
#ExtraSectionCondition3="extra3,.*CN=.*"
ExtraSectionFirstColumnTitle3="User names"
ExtraSectionFirstColumnValues3="extra3,(.*)"
ExtraSectionFirstColumnFormat3="%s"
ExtraSectionStatTypes3=HB
MaxNbOfExtra3=20
MinHitExtra3=1

The idea was to select all lines (in the ExtraSectionCondition). Since putting the line is remark should yield the same result I commented it out.
In the ExtraSectionFirstColumnValues I wrote (.*) to match the entire field.

I would appreciate your comments.

12:48 pm
January 14, 2010


Jean-Luc

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%logname  is not supported by AWStats within the extra section. It is true that if you call the field %extra1 , you lose the standard log name section in the reports.

A patch to solve this was published in this forum : %logname value in extra section

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