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Changes related to the minor releases of ServerStat are documented in the Read Me file which you are looking at now.
Result_In List: This list is used to scan the RESULT token in a WebStar (or WebStar compatible) log file. If this list is used, ServerStat will compare entries in this list with the RESULT token in a WebStar log file. If the RESULT token does not match an entry in this list it will not be included in the report.
If you are using the Rewrite-Fil or Resolve-Fil report types, this list is active. So, you can generate a report or new log file that includes just certain entries in the RESULT token.
You can enter values in this list in the Configuration Window or in the Additional Settings dialog box. Examples are shown below:
RESULT_IN "Err!" RESULT_IN "OK*"Referer_In List: This list is used to scan the REFERER token in a WebStar (or WebStar compatible) log file. If this list is used, ServerStat will compare entries in the Referer token with the values in this list. If the REFERER token does not match an entry in this list, it will not be included in the report.
If you are using the Rewrite-Fil or Resolve-Fil report types, this list is active. So, you can generate a report or new log file that includes just certain entries in the REFERER list.
If you have a need to track server activity by a particular referer, this feature is designed to let you do this. You can enter values in this list in the Configuration Window or in the Additional Settings dialog box. Examples are shown below:
REFERER_IN "http://www.yourcompany.com/*" REFERER_IN "http://www.kitchen-sink.com/*"
In the Additional Settings dialog box, the order of the buttons for the lists has changed. There are now three groups of lists.
The first group of buttons includes lists that effect what gets included in a report. With the exception of INCLUDE and EXCLUDE lists, these are also the lists that effect the Rewrite-Fil and Resolve-Fil report types. The lists included here are: Include List; Exclude List; Filter In List; Filter Out List; Result_In List; and, Referer_In List.
The second group of buttons includes items which effect the display of the report. This group includes: Domain List; Arc. Override List; Sub. Override List; and, Referer_Out List.
The third group of buttons includes items related the tokens in the log file. The user-defined nature of the WebStar and WebStar compatible logs required some user configuration so that ServerStat knows the initial configuration of the log format.
Starting with the 1.3 release of ServerStat the [SUBDIRECTORY] report keyword has caused some problems with the parsing of the URL token. In 1.3.1 a fix was made to eliminate a problem when using the PREFIX command. In this release a fix was made to allow a variation of the WebStar log format in the URL token. In WebStar, the token always begins with a ":" to represent the WebStar Root folder. Some third party WebStar-log compatible products use the URL token slightly differently. They do not include a ":" at the beginning of the token. With the 1.3.2 release, these log formats are again supported.
If you entered a prefix command that included the trailing ":", ServerStat would go into an infinite loop trying to determine the last subdirectory in the path to the file.
If a percent sign in the Search_Arg or Path_arg token was followed by a number and then followed by a letter d or f and you were using the rewrite or resolve option, ServerStat would attempt to write a number rather than the code included in the original token.
If you can't get the updater to work, contact support for an updated application to be sent to you. If you are a registered user, there is no problem sending you a new version by e-mail.