The HttpLogBrowser is a free tool that will help you analyzing logs of your web sites hosted in IIS or in Azure. The tool can display statistics on every field value allowing to easily filter down the log entries just with a click on a value. Up to 2 millions log rows can be loaded. It's possible to define profiles for web sites regularly analyzed. Some usefull new fields can be extracted and some log rows can be excluded from the analysis.
The HttpLogBrowser is a free tool that will help you analyzing logs of your web sites hosted in IIS or in Azure. The tool can display statistics on every field value allowing to easily filter down the log entries just with a click on a value. Feature list: - Browse and analyze IIS http logs including http logs from Azure web applications. - Statistics are automatically calculated for every field and a chart can be displayed (pie chart or histogram if the field is numeric) - Ability to easily filter on a field value just with a click on it. It is also possible to exclude a field value from the filter. - Fields with always the same value are removed from the log view and the statistics and are displayed in a specific panel to lighten the logs and focus on what is changing. - Up to 2 million log rows can be loaded in memory for analysis - Ability to define profiles for log files you regularly analyze. - Extract fields from the user agent string (e.g. browser, OS, device). - Request to some kind of files can be excluded from the analysis (e.g. css, png, json) to keep only queries to pages. - Request to some URL on the web site can be ignored - Ability to extract the ASP.NET session ID and the PHP session ID from the cookie field. - Ability to extract keywords for some search engines (Bing for now) from the referrer - Ability to extract the gclid for Google ads landing - For Azure web application ability to ignore Always On requests and the X-ARR-LOG-ID variable - For Microsoft Exchange web applications, ability to extract the Active sync command and device (Mails accessed through a phone).
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