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Re: [swish-e] Swish-e Keyword Report

From: Phillip Smith <phillip(at)not-real.communitybandwidth.ca>
Date: Wed Jun 20 2007 - 13:57:55 GMT
Though, this thread makes me wonder how hard it would be to implement  
a "Common searches," or "Most recent searches" functionality?

Thoughts?

Phillip.

On Jun 19, 2007, at 11:10 AM, Rene.Kloos@esa.int wrote:

> Hello!
>
> I use AWStats to do that. This free web log analyzer allows you to  
> put in
> custom sections to do exactly what you want, I use it for this  
> exact purpose
> on one of our intranet pages. Of course Swish-e is a great tool and  
> I am a
> very happy user, but there are some other useful packages around  
> too :-)
>
> But then again, I am not fully aware of your situation :-)
>
> Cheers,
>
> René
>
>
>
>
>              Thomas Kirwin
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> Hi Gerald,
>
> I was unable to impliment your solution back in 2002 and was hoping  
> that you
> still use Swish-e and could provide some guidance regarding the  
> code used in
> the footer() and defining $searchlog in the variables at the top of  
> the
> script.
>
> "Then I added a call to the log routine from in within footer().  
> Note that
> the var $searchlog must be defined in the variables initialization  
> at the top
> of the script."
>
> Thanks!
>
> Tom Kirwin
>
>
>
> Thomas,
>
> I also watch submitted query strings to decide if I need to add words,
> aliases or common misspellings to my documents.
> I added the following subroutine to my CGI to capture info to a log  
> file.
>
> ---snip---
> sub log_it {
> # The log file must be writable by the web process (nobody)
> open(LOG,">>$searchlog") || print "could not open log file please  
> notify
> webmaster";
> # Only log if this is the production version of the script
> if ( "$scrpt[$#scrpt]" eq "search.pl" ) {
> print LOG "$acctime ^ $tcount ^ $query ^ $next ^ $kb\n"; }
> else {
> # if this is not the production script, print the troubleshooting info
> # like the command line, the URL generated for the "Next" link, and  
> all vars
> # to the HTML page and nothing to the log file
> print "<HR>This is the development
> script<HR>$command_line<HR>$next_link<HR>$vars";
> print "<HR>$ENV{HTTP_REFERER}";
>      }
>
> close(LOG);
> }
>
> ---end snip--
>
> Then I added a call to the log routine from in within footer().
> Note that the var $searchlog must be defined in the variables
> initialization at the top of the script.
>
> Gerald
>
>
> Thomas Kirwin wrote:
>
>> Question: I am attempting to obtain code or instructions to make  
>> SWISH-E
>> record top key words used by visitors when searching our site at
>> www.pfcu.com.  Such a utility or add-on would greatly help me  
>> maximize our
>> site search engine results by allowing the inclusion of popular  
>> key words
>> within the page or tag.
>>
>> Thanks in advance for your comments.
>>
>> Regards,
>>
>> Tom Kirwin
>> e-Commerce Administrator
>>
>> Philadelphia Federal Credit Union
>> 12800 Townsend Road
>> Philadelphia, PA 19154
>> W - (215) 934-4031
>> F - (215) 934-4039
>> www.pfcu.com
>
>
> Regards,
>
> Tom Kirwin
> e-Commerce Administrator
>
>
> Philadelphia Federal Credit Union
> 12800 Townsend Road
> Philadelphia, PA 19154
> W - (215) 934-4031
> F - (215) 934-4039
> www.pfcu.com
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