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Originally posted by Paul:
i am developing one web application, here one sever and three clients, my project guide told me to count no hits from a client on that day.
how can i achive that?
jsp.html and tomcat server 5.0 thes thinks i am using
[ January 30, 2007: Message edited by: Paul ]
ok thanks for your advice
i changed what you suggest!
Just how many hits on the site, or do you need a page breakdown/analysis as well?
You need to be able to distinguish between the clients.
If they have to log in to your application, you're sorted - you can track it via login name.
A stored cookie could also identify a client (as long as the user doesn't mind cookies)
If not, you might have to resort to something like IP address - request.getRemoteHost()?
Probably the best way to track this is via a ServletFilter that would execute on every request, and track who requested what.