Web Log DB
Web Log DB exports raw log file to databases via ODBC.
Web Log DB uses ODBC to export data from raw log files to your database, using SQL queries. Web Log DB allows you to use the applications you have become accustomed to such as MS SQL, MS Excel, MS Access etc. Also, any other ODBC compliant application can now be used to analyze the output you desire.
Use Web Log DB to perform further analysis in special softs.
What is ODBC?
Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) is a widely accepted application programming interface (API) for database access. ODBC provides a standardized set of rules for getting information to and from a database. An ODBC driver is a software interface that accepts ODBC standard queries and then passes them through to the specific application, modifying where necessary to account for application specific database structure and format. The functions of a driver are invisible to users and third party applications. From a third party perspective, a standardized ODBC query or update is presented to the database, and a standardized ODBC response is returned.
Web Log DB supports more than 35 log file formats. It was tested with all popular web servers, proxy servers, firewalls and media broadcasters. Needless to say, it can recognize log file formats automatically, extract compressed log files, process multiple log files and download log files from various sources: Web, FTP. ODBC compliant databases, etc.
Supported log file formats
Web Log DB Log Analyzer can generate statistics from log files in the following formats:
Web Log DB can even read BZIP2, GZIP, ZIP, 7z, rar, arj, xz, txz, z, taz, lzh, lha, lzma, lzma86, tbz, tbz, tgz, tpz, tar, jar, xpi, odt, ods, xlsx, xar compressed logs so you won't need to unpack them manually.
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