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Using filters is the most interesting feature of ALA. For example, with filters you can exclude your own IP addresses from reports or make more specific reports.
Format of Filter :
|includes||Parameter includes the value||
To make reports only for your products folder, use: Filter=href;includes;/products
|not_includes||Parameter does not include the value||
To ignore some folders from report: Filter=href;not_includes:
|equals||Parameter is equal to the value||
To count bad request files (404) use filter: Filter=status;equals;404
|not_equals||Parameter is not equal to the value||
To ignore counting of specific IP use: Filter=ip;not_equals;128.12.456.12
|included_in||Parameter is included in the value||
To filter zip and exe files, use: Filter=file_ext;included_in;.zip.exe
|included_in_file||Parameter is included in specified file.||See example below.|
|included_in_file_once||Matches only once for parameter included in specified file||See example below|
Example: you need to count the referrer
sites of your real buyers. Suppose that you have a list of IPs of your buyers,
where each line in the text file buyers.txt is an IP.
To get a list of referrer sites, you need to use a filter for a basic report:
Now, for instance, a buyer first found
your site from www.download.com, then he
purchased your product and then he visited your site again, but now he used www.google.com to find your program.
In this case, for this buyer you have two referrer sites: i.e. download.com and google. With the filter included_in_file, both referrers will be displayed.
If you want to count only first entry to know how a buyer found your site the first time, use the included_in_file_once filter:
Read more about it in Using ALA for software companies.
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