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Custom Error Messages
Allows error messages to be specified as html files based on error codes.
This module provides the tag <delayed-parser></delayed-parser> which evaluate its RXML contents after the page has been sent away to the client. This is useful when you want to do e.g. database queries, but don't want to keep the user waiting. OTOH you can not present any errors.
Intelligent Error Module
This module replaces the common Roxen
error message. Whenever a nonexistent
page is linked to by someone from within
your website/websites, it may send you
a mail, notifying you of the event or
log the event in the eventlog, as you
If, however, the referring document
originated from a search engine -- say
Altavista -- the module will try to
report this url as a bad link to the
engine, in an effort to make the web a
little less 404-ridden. (Don't you just
hate those 404:s?)
When the referring document was not on
your site(s) and not a known search
engine, the module will quietly log the
referring document, the requested
document and start counting how many
times this link has been followed here.
Currently the module exists only on the
drawing-board; coding is in a very early
In short, Jawst is an offline HTTPd logfile analyzer and report generator.
Kiwi\'s HTTPD simulated logger
This little module was made to have a very complete cern httpd or compatible log file with Roxen.
The main idea of this module is there is all the query_string of the http request. So if you use some pike script with a lot of queries you can know with your ordinary log system (webalizer, jawst, etc...) all referers and the complete url.
Allows logging of access data to a Pike supported SQL database.
Version 1.0 should now be threadsafe. This version will run under Roxen 1.2 final or higher. Changes may be required to use with a pike 0.6 based roxen.