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From "Jeff White" <jlw...@earthlink.net>
Subject [users@httpd] New Log Parser 2.2 has Http usage
Date Wed, 26 Jan 2005 16:12:19 GMT

Seems the new Log Parser 2.2
will get info off web pages as
well as off logs (or any text).

Let's try Log Parser 2.2 with
Apache's ASP.NET info web
page.

All the below demos are one
long line or saved to a file and
called like:

LogParser.exe -options file:name.whatever

or in a command line prompt type:

LogParser.exe "SELECT * FROM the.log" -options

C:\Documents and Settings\UserName>LogParser.exe "SELECT Text FROM
http://httpd.apache.org/cli/ WHERE Text LIKE '%ASP.NET%' " -i:TEXTLINE

Returns

Text
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------
<p>mod_aspdotnet is an ASP.NET host interface to Microsoft's ASP.NET
engine.
It is implemented with an Apache.Web.dll assembly that provides
ASP.NET with
<p><strong>Please</strong> use cli-users to discuss how to deploy your
ASP.NET

Statistics:
-----------
Elements processed: 211
Elements output:    3
Execution time:     0.55 seconds

C:\Documents and Settings\UserName>LogParser.exe "SELECT Text,
COUNT(*) FROM http://httpd.apache.org/cli/ WHERE Text LIKE '%ASP.NET%'
GROUP BY Text ORDER BY COUNT(*) DESC" -i:TEXTWORD

Returns

Text    COUNT(ALL *)
------- ------------
ASP.NET 4

Statistics:
-----------
Elements processed: 722
Elements output:    1
Execution time:     0.52 seconds

Log Parser 2.2 has improved
NCSA actions, a new COM
(add your own actions) interface,
charting, and lots more.

An Apache NCSA example:

The below was saved to
a file named GetAspx.sql

SELECT
EXTRACT_PREFIX(Request, 0, ' ') AS Verb,
EXTRACT_SUFFIX(Request, 0, ' ') AS HttpVersion,
SUBSTR(Request , INDEX_OF(Request, '/'),
SUB(STRLEN(Request), ADD( ADD(1,STRLEN(Verb)),
ADD(1,STRLEN(HTTPVERSION)) ) ) ) as Url,
TO_STRING(DateTime, 'MMM dd yyyy') as Date,
TO_STRING(DateTime, 'hh:mm:ss') as Time,
StatusCode
INTO myList.txt
FROM access.log
WHERE Request
LIKE '%aspx%'

Then in a command prompt window type:

C:\Documents and Settings\UserName\>LogParser.exe
file:GetAspx.sql -i:NCSA -o:NAT -rtp:5

Returns:

Statistics:
-----------
Elements processed: 1361
Elements output:    881
Execution time:     0.08 seconds

Then in a command prompt window type:

C:\Documents and Settings\Username>type myList.txt | more

Returns

Verb HttpVersion Url                 Date        Time     StatusCode
---- ----------- ------------------- ----------- -------- ----------
GET  HTTP/1.1    /TestNet/Test1.aspx Nov 04 2004 17:07:30 200
GET  HTTP/1.1    /TestNet/Test1.aspx Nov 04 2004 17:08:40 500
GET  HTTP/1.1    /TestNet/Test1.aspx Nov 04 2004 17:09:59 500
GET  HTTP/1.1    /TestNet/Test1.aspx Nov 04 2004 17:14:45 500
GET  HTTP/1.1    /TestNet/Test1.aspx Nov 04 2004 17:14:59 200
Verb HttpVersion Url                 Date        Time     StatusCode
---- ----------- ------------------- ----------- -------- ----------
GET  HTTP/1.1    /TestNet/Test1.aspx Nov 04 2004 17:15:03 200
GET  HTTP/1.1    /TestNet/Test1.aspx Nov 04 2004 17:16:00 500
GET  HTTP/1.1    /TestNet/Test1.aspx Nov 04 2004 17:20:13 500
GET  HTTP/1.1    /TestNet/Test1.aspx Nov 04 2004 17:21:24 500
GET  HTTP/1.1    /TestNet/Test1.aspx Nov 04 2004 17:21:57 500

And so on

To see Log Parser 2.2 chart examples:

<quote>

Create custom-formatted HTML reports:
And produce a chart formatted as desired:

</quote>

ScriptCenter Tools: Log Parser 2.2 Examples
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/scriptcenter/tools/logparser/lpexamples.mspx

<quote>

Log parser is a powerful, versatile
tool that provides universal query
access to text-based data such as
log files, XML files and CSV files,
as well as key data sources on the
Windows operating system such as
the Event Log, the Registry, the file
system, and Active Directory.

Snip

Most software is designed to
accomplish a limited numer of
specific tasks. Log Parser is
different... the number of ways
it can be used is limited only
by the needs and imagination of
the user. The world is your
database with Log Parser.

</quote>

Download details: Log Parser 2.2
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=890cd06b-abf8-4c25-91b2-f8d975cf8c07&DisplayLang=en


Jeff






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