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#1: Recommended Web log Aanlyzer

Posted on 2008-01-18 00:38:16 by prash.webio

Hi,
I am looking for a decent web log analyzer (IIS logs). I searched the
groups here and found few posts discussing it, but nothing solid :o)
I will be using it mostly for company Internal web applications,
including the company Intranet. Thus, i am not interested in marketing
campaign etc (Unica and Omniture kind of stuff).
I definitely need some drill down capability. For example, finding
authenticated users and then finding out what all pages the specific
user has visited during his session (filtering out the page views just
for that user's session).
Can anyone, please recommend me a reasonable priced solution (not more
than 5K)?

THANKS....

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#2: Re: Recommended Web log Aanlyzer

Posted on 2008-01-20 08:36:22 by Cui Yingjie

Take a look at NihuoWeb Log Analyzer: http://www.loganalyzer.net/ .

Full functional 30-days evaluation version is available in
http://www.loganalyzer.net/download.html.



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> Hi,
> I am looking for a decent web log analyzer (IIS logs). I searched the
> groups here and found few posts discussing it, but nothing solid :o)
> I will be using it mostly for company Internal web applications,
> including the company Intranet. Thus, i am not interested in marketing
> campaign etc (Unica and Omniture kind of stuff).
> I definitely need some drill down capability. For example, finding
> authenticated users and then finding out what all pages the specific
> user has visited during his session (filtering out the page views just
> for that user's session).
> Can anyone, please recommend me a reasonable priced solution (not more
> than 5K)?
>
> THANKS....
>
>

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