Frequently Asked Questions
Log analysis software (also called a web log analyzer) is a kind of analytics software that parses a raw log file from a web server, and based on the values contained in the log file, derives indicators about who, when, and how a web server is visited.
No, Web Log DB can only run on Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Vista, Windows 2008, Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 10.
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Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) is a widely accepted application programming interface (API) for database access. ODBC provides a standardized set of rules for getting information to and from a database. An ODBC driver is a software interface that accepts ODBC standard queries and then passes them through to the specific application, modifying where necessary to account for application specific database structure and format. The functions of a driver are invisible to users and third party applications. From a third party perspective, a standardized ODBC query or update is presented to the database, and a standardized ODBC response is returned.
No, it is not necessary.
If a log file contains IP address of user's host the log analyzer determines user's country using the IP to country geolocation database. If the log file contains already resolved IP address (domain name) the program determines country by the top-level domain. In most cases log files contain unresolved IP addresses. Determining country by IP using the geolocation database is more accurate than using domain names.
You can adjust the time zone of your log files to your time zone. Some log files are generated in Greenwich Mean Time (0 GMT) and you might want to see it in your time zone.
Yes, You can automatically export a report from the command line, more...
Yes. The 32-bit build of Web Log DB for Windows will run on both 32-bit and 64-bit2 versions of Windows. 64-bit versions of Windows run 32-bit executables under the WOW (Windows on Windows) subsystem: they run in almost exactly the same way as on a 32-bit version of Windows, except that the address limit for the Web Log DB process is 4GB (rather than 2GB or perhaps 3GB).
Normally you can do this from the ‘Programs and Features’ group in the Control Panel. If it does not appear there, run unins000.exe in the top-level installation directory.
If all else fails, you can just delete the whole directory in which Web Log DB was installed.
You can find the list latest versions of all log analyzers here.
A log file is a list that is kept by your Web server which details all the files it was requested to send and whether it was able to send them successfully. When a visitor clicks a link to your Web site, the visitor's browser sends a request to your Web server and your Web server sends the page back to the visitor's browser. Since a single HTML page can include many graphics and other associated files, a single page view can result in several entries in the log file.
Web Log DB uses the information in the log file to analyze your Web site traffic.
Your Web administrator or hosting company should be able to tell you where your log files are located. You will need to enter this information in Web Log DB when you set up a new profile.
This log analyzer can handle most common log file formats, more than 40 log file formats. See full list of supported formats here. If your log file format is not included in the list, please contact us and send us a small sample.
Web Log DB can even read BZIP2, GZIP, ZIP, 7z, rar, arj, xz, txz, z, taz, lzh, lha, lzma, lzma86, tbz, tbz, tgz, tpz, tar, jar, xpi, odt, ods, xlsx, xar compressed logs so you won't need to unpack them manually.
Send your log file to us and let us help you to solve the problem.
Yes, You can import (load) log data from Database via ODBC DSN. more...
No, you can't use wildcards for remote HTTP log files. Remote log files transferred via http during processing, cannot be configured using the same wildcard expressions available for local files, because the HTTP protocol is much more complex to manage if more than one file is being accessed at the same time.
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When ordering online, you can select from a number of currencies to display product prices in additional currencies apart from the billing currencies.
However, this does not apply to online orders by credit/debit card. To offer this payment type free of risk, we can only accept addresses from fee-based e-mail services. If the software publisher accepts free e-mail addresses without restrictions, you are welcome to use one.
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We will first need your billing address, but you will be able to enter a different delivery address at a later point in the purchase order process.
All notifications regarding your order and payment will be e-mailed to the billing address indicated. The product, however, will be delivered to the delivery address, typically via e-mail.
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