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Re: Generating reports for dynamic pages

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  • denilson@vertentes.com.br
    I will try to implement this in my server. Thank you, again. ... ...
    Message 1 of 8 , Nov 20, 2001
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      I will try to implement this in my server. Thank you, again.


      --- In webalizer@y..., "Waitman Gobble" <waitman@e...> wrote:
      > Denilson
      >
      > Here are two links for you to check out
      >
      > http://httpd.apache.org/docs/mod/mod_rewrite.html
      > http://httpd.apache.org/docs-2.0/misc/rewriteguide.html
      ...
    • denilson@vertentes.com.br
      Just a confirmation: the default ISURLCHAR is ... I will add the values # = ? & just like this ... and recompile. Is this ok? ... strips ... If ... the & ,
      Message 2 of 8 , Nov 21, 2001
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        Just a confirmation: the default ISURLCHAR is


        >int isurlchar(char ch)
        >{
        > if (isalnum((int)ch)) return 1; /* allow letters,
        >numbers... */
        > return (strchr(":/\\.,' *-+_@~()[]",ch)!=NULL); /* and a few
        >special ones */
        >}

        I will add the values # = ? & just like this

        >return (strchr(":/\\.,' *-+_@~()[]#=?&",ch)!=NULL); /* and a few
        >special ones */

        and recompile. Is this ok?



        > PageType php
        >
        > Is correct, to determine the page counts. However, the program
        strips
        > off CGI variables in order to produce more accurate URL analysis..
        If
        > you want them preserved, you need to edit webalizer.c and add
        the '&',
        > '?' and '=' characters to the "isurlchar()" fuction and re-compile..
        > (or use the mod_rewrite feature as described in the previous post,
        which
        > is much cleaner).
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