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5:56 am
April 25, 2009



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I want to sort columns in awstats. I tried to follow the explainations on this site : http://www.frequency-decoder.c…..-revisited

I replace my existing with the <th sortable classe, but when i want to sort columns, i cannot.

my tablesort.js is placed in the /usr/local/awstats/wwwroot/

and in, print "<scrip> …src"\\/../js/tablesort.js……..;

As a result, i can't see sortable possibilities………

Where is my mistake?Confused

7:48 am
April 25, 2009



posts 1125


The last time I used this script (January 2009), it only worked for us with Internet Explorer. This is not sure though, as it was a modified version because of the special requirements of a client.

I cannot comment about what you added in , as there are several typing mistakes in your message.Surprised 

The path you specify must be valid for the browser. So, if the Linux path to tablesort.js  is …/wwwroot/js/tablsort.js , you should have something like this in :

print '<script type="text/javascript" src="/js/tablesort.js"></script>' . "\\n" ;

4:40 pm
April 25, 2009



posts 3

Thanks Jean-Luc,

In fact, i applied this :, section 3.3 on sorting columns.

So, I download the script tablesort.js and applied the patch's modifications, not the patch, cause I have awstats6.9.Wink

You told that it's only work with internet explorer. Did you try with firefox or Safari? Is it a java's plugin problem?

Another question : how do you sort usually awstat's results if you're not using this script? Smile

2:46 am
April 26, 2009



posts 1125

The sort JavaScript as used in the project of January did not work in Firefox and in Opera (not tested with Safari), but it worked in Internet Explorer and this was good enough for the customer, so we did not investigate further.

When we have to sort AWStats results, we usually use our aws2xls, AWStats to .xls converter. Once the AWStats file is converted to an Excel (Microsoft) or Calc (OpenOffice) file, it is easy to sort it in any way you like. A key difference between our script and the JavaScript from Frequency Decoder is that they can only sort the lines on the screen while our aws2xls sorts all the lines in any section of the AWStats database.

11:37 am
April 26, 2009



posts 3


Aws2xls seems to be very interesting, but is your programm exist on linux platforms?

1:42 pm
April 26, 2009



posts 1125

There is no plan for a Linux version at this time.

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