Are the web log data files imported into a database for WebLog Expert to use or processed directly from the web log text files

Are the web log data files imported into a database for WebLog Expert to use? If so, what kind of database (e.g. Microsoft sql server)? Can WebLog Expert produce graphs with 2+ years of web log files.
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  • Michael (Official Rep) March 06, 2014 20:38
    WebLog Expert doesn't work with external databases. It reads raw log files (compressed or uncompressed) and saves results to a built-in analysis cache that has a special format. It's not possible to access the analyzed data directly, only by creating reports with the program.

    You can analyze 2+ years of logs, while analysis time depends on log sizes. It should be possible to create reports on multiple years.

    I recommend you to download the trial version of the program from http://www.weblogexpert.com/download.htm and try it with your log files.
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