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Webstats, CGI and .htaccess

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Webstats, CGI and .htaccess

Hi

I have my 2nd domain also pointing to the CGI server with help from a .htaccess file.

My webstats are showing no hits for the 2nd domain...will this be because of the .htaccess file?

Regards

Stottie
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Webstats, CGI and .htaccess

I have had NO webstats since moving to the new cgi server....

My webstats worked fine with .htaccess url rewrites on the old cgi server, wouldnt know if that made a difference on the new one.
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Webstats, CGI and .htaccess

Hi


The answer from F9 is

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The following comment was added to the ticket
Dear Mr Stott,
This is likely to be because the domain is being redirected.



The hits should show up in the logs for your standard cgi space.

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Webstats, CGI and .htaccess

that is a tonne of BS and they know it.

The webstats are obviously not setup properly to work on the new CGI.
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Webstats, CGI and .htaccess

Hi

Like your new graphic jarv ya poser...

Well thats what i meant about the F9 support these days.

You seem to have push them for answers these days...you can tell by the answer they hadnt investigated the problem and I guess it woulnt be 'looked into' either.

Regards

Stottie
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Webstats, CGI and .htaccess

Hi,

It looks as though there is a problem generating the webstats, I've raised this to the network guys to look into tomorrow as problem 25272.
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Webstats, CGI and .htaccess

Thanks dave, your efforts are appreciated.
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Webstats, CGI and .htaccess

Hello David Sir...

Any news on the .htaccess problem 25272?

Stottie
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Webstats, CGI and .htaccess

Hi all...

Seems the webstats are ok now...thanks