Expert supports the W3C Extended log format that is the default log
format of IIS 4/5/6/7/8. By default IIS log files contain only few
fields but you can configure IIS to show other fields:
1. Open the "Properties" dialog for
your web server.
2. On the "Web Site" property sheet
choose "W3C Extended Log File Format" as the active log
3. Click the "Properties" button to
open the "Extended Logging Properties" dialog.
4. Use the "Extended Properties"
sheet to set the logged fields.
1. Open your server or site in the
2. Double-click the "Logging"
3. Choose "W3C" as the active log
4. Click the "Select Fields" button
to open the "W3C Logging Fields" dialog and use it to set the
current version of WebLog Expert uses the following fields:
·Client IP Address
·Server Port (s-port)
·URI Stem (cs-uri-stem)
·Bytes Sent (sc-bytes)
we recommend you to check all the available fields, not only the
above ones, because the other fields may be used in the future
versions of the program.
program can also recognize the X-Forwarded-For field used with many
proxy servers and load balancers to log original client IP. If this
field exists, the program uses its value as client IP address
instead of the value of the c-ip field.
In addition to IIS
logs, WebLog Expert supports log files of other web servers that
have the W3C Extended format, including Amazon CloudFront,
Microsoft ISA/TMG, and Windows Azure.