[nycphp-talk] PHP Solution for Website stats
jsiegel1 at optonline.net
Tue Jun 8 09:54:38 EDT 2004
It's becoming obvious that I'll have to stick some sort of code in there
to watch what is going on.
And yes...I'm using sessions.
Tim Gales wrote:
> Jeff Siegel writes:
>>... A visitor has to fill out three forms in
>>sequence. You would think that pages 1, 2, 3 would show up
>>some time in
>>the logs...but they do not...at least the "sequence" doesn't
>>up. Sometimes only page1 and page 3 will show up...sometimes
>>none of the
>>pages show up even though the logs say that the subdirectory has been
> I am assuming that you are using session tracking along
> the lines suggested in the recipe for working
> with multi-page forms (from PHP Cookbook).
> So, if you set up a separate error log
> you can send tracer messages to that log
> and see if that sheds any light on the
> As a general footnote:
> A php developer named Gyozo Papp wrote some error
> handling stuff which might be of interest to readers
> of this list -- it is pretty usable (my opinion of course)
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