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Hello, sliced bread?? This is Traxis calling....

     

Determined

5:45 am on Apr 11, 2000 (gmt 0)



Swear ta God, don't know how I lived without this. Been using Webalizer, Access Probe, Fast Stats, WebTrends AND raw log files for a while now. They're all getting looked at less and less with Traxis in place. A MUST for someone with multiple sites to check on day in and day out.. sooooooo quick to switch from site to site. Yeah, I still look to the others for error reports and whatnot, but Traxis is amazing and now the staple around here already. We check in morning, noon and night. Brett, you blow my mind.

Now I see the new Collective is out.... I'm going to have to clear someone's schedule to get this installed

Thanks again Brett.

Brett_Tabke

12:06 pm on Apr 11, 2000 (gmt 0)

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You running for office? lol. Thanks Determined.

Hold on The Collective until you see I've updated it. (working on it - don't know how long it will take. an hour, a day, a week...don't know). Basically, I blew it with the last release. The short story is I was working from a copy newer than the one I released and the two config library routines didn't match each other (oops - sorry).

But, there is hope. While I am working on it, I am merging in my Batch submission routines! I will release that updated version soon and after a bit, I am merging in my Calendar routines so you can track submissions via a nice month-to-month, day-to-day calander. All-in-all, the wait will be worth it.

The longer story is, the program was stand alone - then it was a plugin for Traxis - there were some design problems with the plugin (it won't work without much modification) - so now it is back to stand alone again.

Determined

5:20 pm on Apr 11, 2000 (gmt 0)



Hehehe, like I'd have time to run for office Naw, just sincerely impressed. But, we won't see the true value of this though till it handles real log files *poke* *poke*. And it's not quite a "client" solution yet...(I'm not sure that it's meant to be). I don't want client A to be able to go in and see client B's stats...while I haven't played with that part much, it doesn't look like that's the case yet.

Will hold off on The Collective....

 

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