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Old 06-27-2007, 06:30 PM   #1
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reading apache log files


Hi there,
Is there a simple way for me to find out through the apache log files to see how many empty shopping carts I have been getting? I seem to have problem with the cart so I just want to see what users are getting and when they may be abandoning, but I have no experience reading log files.
Thanks!
 
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Is there an easy related path in the exit URI you can grep for like "/somedir/file.ext?cart=empty"? If there isn't then abandoned carts can only be found by tracing sessions from start to exit URI, like if the exit URI doesn't match the checkout URI. I spose there's suites around to help you track sessions but I wouldn't know any names. Maybe also search Freshmeat.net / Sourceforge.net?
 
  


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