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From "Randy Wilcox" <Randy.Wil...@sas.com>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] Fw: WebTrends Help
Date Thu, 07 Nov 2002 13:21:49 GMT
Check out Cronolog (free) from http://www.ford-mason.co.uk/resources/cronolog/

That will allow the server to automatically create log files with formatted (date based) names.

- Randy

-----Original Message-----
From: Stefano Ghisolfi [mailto:ghisu@edv.it] 
Sent: Thursday, November 07, 2002 3:33 AM
To: APACHE
Subject: [users@httpd] Fw: WebTrends Help


 Thanks a lot.
 But i don't understand if it's possible to create in my apache log directory  different access_log
files day by day.

 For example:
 apache_log_11062002
 apache_log_11072002
 apache_log_11082002
 etc
 etc
 Best regards
 Stefano

>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Ken Boyer" <kboyer@logicalimages.com>
> To: "'Stefano Ghisolfi'" <ghisu@edv.it>
> Sent: Wednesday, November 06, 2002 2:49 PM
> Subject: WebTrends Help
>
>
> > Hi,
> >
> > I'm writing to you directly since the Apache mail list is not the 
> > appropriate forum for WebTrends assistance.
> >
> > These directions are specific to WebTrends version 7.
> >
> > To run reports for specific dates:
> >
> > Defining your own report range lets you tailor your reports to meet 
> > your exact needs. You can have the reports cover as long or as short 
> > a span as you wish, and save your settings as a predefined report 
> > template for future use. To define a report range, you must use 
> > macros, but you can enter the macros directly or use the Report 
> > Range Assistant to aid you in constructing a macro string that meets 
> > your needs. You can then test the report range to see what times and 
> > dates the report range you constructed will actually encompass. See 
> > Understanding Report Ranges for an extensive background discussion 
> > of report ranges and macro usage.
> >
> > To define a report range:
> >
> > 1 Enter a name for your range in the Display Name text box provided 
> > in the Define Report Range dialog box.
> >
> > Be sure to enter a unique and descriptive name. This name will 
> > appear in the predefined reports list in the Main - Report Ranges 
> > options panel and might also appear in the predefined reports list 
> > in the Report Ranges tab in the New Report or the Edit Report dialog 
> > box. A unique name makes your range easier to spot in these lists, 
> > and a name that describes what sort of range the report covers helps 
> > you to choose the correct range when you need it.
> >
> > 2 Select This will be available in the Report Wizard to have your 
> > report range listed in the predefined reports menu in the Report 
> > Ranges tab.
> >
> > The Report Ranges tab appears either in the New Report or the Edit 
> > Report dialog box when you create or change a report template.
> >
> > 3 Enter the macros that you want to use to designate the start of 
> > your report range. To learn how to enter macros for this purpose, 
> > see Using Macros to Define a Report Range.
> >
> > 4 Enter the macros that designate the end of your report range. To 
> > learn how to do so, see Using Macros to Define a Report Range.
> >
> > If you want the software to guide you as you enter your macros in 
> > either provided text box, click Report Range Assistant. Using the 
> > Report Range Assistant to Define Report Ranges describes how to use 
> > this utility.
> >
> > 5 When you have entered your macros, click Test Report Range to open 
> > the Test Resolution of Report Range dialog box and see the actual 
> > length of time your macros will cover.
> >
> > This enables you to see whether you have set up the report range you 
> > want without first having to actually process a log file and produce 
> > a report. What you see will depend on what macro string you entered:
> >
> > § If the macros you enter set your reference point at "now," the 
> > Test Resolution of Report Range dialog box first tells you that it 
> > will resolve that reference point to the current date and time for 
> > the purposes of this test. It then lists the macro strings you 
> > entered into the Define Report Range dialog box. Finally, it shows 
> > you the date and time on which your report range will start and end. 
> > Once you have verified that the macros you entered produce the 
> > report range you intended, click Close to return to the Define 
> > Report Range dialog box.
> >
> > Note To see this dialog box, you must enter "now" as your report 
> > range either for the Report Range Start Macro or the Report Range 
> > End Macro, or both. If you enter "start of log" or "end of log" in 
> > either macro string, however, you will see the Test Resolution of 
> > Report Range dialog box described below.
> >
> > § If your macros set your reference point at "start of log" or "end 
> > of log," the Test Resolution of Report Range dialog box first asks 
> > you to specify when the data in your log file begins and when it 
> > ends. You might need to open and view your log file to obtain this 
> > information.
> >
> > The software asks you this because it has not yet processed your log 
> > file and needs specific values for the start and end of your log 
> > file in order to calculate actual dates and times for your report 
> > range. Initially, the start and end dates that appear in the dialog 
> > box are the same and correspond to today's date and time. Type new 
> > dates in mm/dd/yy format into the text boxes provided, or click the 
> > arrows to display calendars, then choose the correct dates from 
> > those displays. Next, enter new times -- you can type the times 
> > directly into the provided text boxes, or click the up and down 
> > arrows to scroll through time values.
> >
> > The dialog box then displays the macro strings you entered into the 
> > Define Report Range dialog box. Click Resolve Report Range Based On 
> > Supplied Date/Time to see the date and time on which your report 
> > range will start and end. Once you have verified that the macros you 
> > entered produce the report range you intended, click Close to return 
> > to the Define Report Range dialog box.
> >
> > 6 Next, you can:
> >
> > § Click OK to save your settings and close the Define Report Range 
> > dialog box.
> >
> > § Click Cancel to close the Define Report Range dialog box without 
> > saving your settings.
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > Ken Boyer
> > Logical Images, Inc.
> > 3445 Winton Place, Suite 212
> > Rochester, New York 14623
> > 585-273-8224
> > 585-273-8227 (fax)
> > kboyer@logicalimages.com
> > www.logicalimages.com
> >
> >
>


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