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TrackPageParam

Record specified CGI variables alongside the page name in the TrackFile.

Synopsis

TrackPageParam  page_name  cgi_name[,cgi_names...]

You can specify parameters to track for pages at once by using the Perl-style "here document" syntax, as follows:

TrackPageParam  <<EOT
    page_name1  cgi_name1
    page_name2  cgi_name1[,cgi_name2]
EOS

The "page_name" is expected to be the name of a page defined created for the website.  The comma-separated "cgi_name" list defines the name of some CGI variables used by the page.

Scope

This directive is only available for use in the local (catalog.cfg) configuration file.  It will not affect any other website in any way.  This directive will not work in the global (interchange.cfg) configuration file. 

Description

This directive specifies CGI variables whose values should be inserted into the user tracking record, alongside the page name, for each page visited by the website's users.

CGI variable names and values are only recorded in the TrackFile if they are listed by this directive and have been passed onto the target page via the page's URI.

Example

TrackPageParam  somepage  mv_arg,foo,bar

The associated TrackFile record will look something like this, with the above example configuration:

20061008        SHgujcTg:cursor.biz     kevin   andromeda.office.cursor.biz     1160290435              VIEWPAGE=somepage mv_arg=somearg foo=fooval bar=barval

Category:  Local config directives
Last modified by: Kevin Walsh
Modification date: Thursday 12 July 2007 at 9:33 AM (EDT)
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