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I’m frustrated

Tracking challenge

Below is the link on a webpage that I'm trying to track through WLE:
http://indices.ipd.com/Default.aspx?R...

I've tried various format and combinations e.g.
*?ReportingService=*
*default.aspx?reportingservice*
*Default.aspx?ReportingService*
and of course numerous others, all without success, any ideas?

I've got other tracking items to work just fine so currently confused and frustrated...
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  • You should check file names shown in the Access Statistics > Pages report, tracked file names should match them (without the domain).

    Probably the problem in your case appears because usernames don't include queries by default, in this case only file names like /Default.aspx should be shown in the reports. You can show queries by unchecking the "Truncate text after question marks (?) in file names" option in the program options, "Analysis | General" category. It is also possible to set this option for specific profile only in Profile Properties > General > Custom analysis settings > Query parameters in file names.

    Please note that tracked file names are case sensitive, while you can also enable conversion of file names and queries to lower case in "Profile Properties > General > Custom analysis settings". You can also use the "Convert file names to lower case when analyzing IIS logs" setting in the program options so it will be applied to all profiles by default.
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  • I’m confused
    Michael,

    Thanks but unfortunately, the "Truncate text after question marks (?) in file names" option is unticked and profile's "Query parameters in file names:" is set to "Include all".
    The profile's "Case of file names:" is set to "Convert to lower case" and the "Convert queries to lower case" is ticked...

    In the Access Statistics > Page report I'm seeing default.aspx pages listed but not with that particular parameter set.

    Any other ideas?
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  • Maybe your log files don't contain information on queries. If you analyze IIS (W3C Extended) logs you should check that there is the cs-uri-query field, you can find more information on it at http://www.weblogexpert.com/help/wlex...
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    It was actually my sample logs file, they didn't actually contain any such hits, hence nothing to track
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