We FTP the web logs  as ASCII , we have to specify ASCII for the FTP type 
transfer. I have a rule  *.log transfer as ASCII in my ftp tool. 

CCSID is 37 and it is a stream file. 

I do not recommend using a mapped drive from Windows to the Notes/Data 
directories in general, you can and will have issues. It is also not 
reccommended by IBM. 

FTP is much faster at transferring the files and can be scheduled to run 
at say 12:30 AM after the log files have rolled on to a new date.

There are also many free FTP tools which have a scheduling tool to 
transfer the log files down. 

We use WebTrends currently. Works well with domino logs. IT does take some 
time to configure the reports. 

Cheers,

Sean 







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date: Wed, 7 Apr 2004 16:44:00 -0400
from: Robert Laing <rlaing@xxxxxxxxx>
subject: web logs readable on iSeries not on PC

Hello all,

6.5 on iSeries v5r2

I can read my web logs on the green screen using wrklnk then drilling down 

to each file and displaying using a 5 -- data displays fine.

I'm trying to open up the same files in a PC program such as Excel for now 

and eventually some web log analyzer, but the data is not readable.

I've tried mapping a drive to a share on the IFS and opening via Notepad, 
Excel, Wordpad, etc...  I've tried copying and pasting the file using 
OpsNav from the IFS to my PC with the same result.  What else should I try 

???

I've seen some references on the IBM Lotus tech support site about the 
CCSID of the file but they're all 37 which I believe is as it should be.

Thanks in advance,
Bob

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date: Wed, 7 Apr 2004 15:55:46 -0500
from: rob@xxxxxxxxx
subject: Re: web logs readable on iSeries not on PC

iSeries Navigator
File Systems
Then Right Click on Integrated File Systems itself - do not expand it. 
Select Properties.  On the text tab do you see an opportunity for 
automatic file conversion?

You know how ftp defaults to ascii and you have to change it to binary for 

certain files?  I believe that the Integrated File System is vice versa. 
Closest explanation I could find.

Rob Berendt
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Dept 01.073
PO Box 2000
Dock 108
6928N 400E
Kendallville, IN 46755
http://www.dekko.com





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Hello all,

6.5 on iSeries v5r2

I can read my web logs on the green screen using wrklnk then drilling down 


to each file and displaying using a 5 -- data displays fine.

I'm trying to open up the same files in a PC program such as Excel for now 


and eventually some web log analyzer, but the data is not readable.

I've tried mapping a drive to a share on the IFS and opening via Notepad, 
Excel, Wordpad, etc...  I've tried copying and pasting the file using 
OpsNav from the IFS to my PC with the same result.  What else should I try 


???

I've seen some references on the IBM Lotus tech support site about the 
CCSID of the file but they're all 37 which I believe is as it should be.

Thanks in advance,
Bob
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Rob -- that did the trick.  Thanks...

Bob




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iSeries Navigator
File Systems
Then Right Click on Integrated File Systems itself - do not expand it. 
Select Properties.  On the text tab do you see an opportunity for 
automatic file conversion?

You know how ftp defaults to ascii and you have to change it to binary for 


certain files?  I believe that the Integrated File System is vice versa. 
Closest explanation I could find.

Rob Berendt
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Group Dekko Services, LLC
Dept 01.073
PO Box 2000
Dock 108
6928N 400E
Kendallville, IN 46755
http://www.dekko.com





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Hello all,

6.5 on iSeries v5r2

I can read my web logs on the green screen using wrklnk then drilling down 



to each file and displaying using a 5 -- data displays fine.

I'm trying to open up the same files in a PC program such as Excel for now 



and eventually some web log analyzer, but the data is not readable.

I've tried mapping a drive to a share on the IFS and opening via Notepad, 
Excel, Wordpad, etc...  I've tried copying and pasting the file using 
OpsNav from the IFS to my PC with the same result.  What else should I try 



???

I've seen some references on the IBM Lotus tech support site about the 
CCSID of the file but they're all 37 which I believe is as it should be.

Thanks in advance,
Bob
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