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[logging]
name active
description Specifies whether the tell-a-friend form activity must be logged.
mandatory parameter : yes, value : yes
format -
value list 'true' or 'false'. Any other value than 'true' is considered as 'false'.
example active = true
usage 1. When set to true, each time a user successfully submits the form, an entry containing the following information:

a. date of submission.
b. time of submission.
c. URL of the refered link.
d. IP address of the visitor submitting the tell-a-friend form.
e. the email address of the visitor submitting the tell-a-friend form.

is appended to a log file named

<path>/<YYYYMM>_usage.log where :

a. <path> is the value provided in the [logging]/path parameter.
b. YYYY is the current Year on a four digit format e.g. 2005.
c. MM is the current Month on a two digit format e.g. 02 for February.

2. When set to 'false', no logging occurs.


[logging]
name path
description Specifies the path where the <YYYYMM>_usage.log file must be stored.
mandatory parameter : yes, value : no
format a full or relative (compared to the Alias Tell-A-Friend script location) path to a directory.
value list -
example path = ./ would store the file in the current directory i.e. the directory where the Alias Tell-A-Friend script is located.
usage 1. If the [logging]/active parameter is set to 'true', each time a user successfully submits your tell-a-friend form, a record is appended to the log file named <YYYYMM>_usage.log located in the <path> folder. Refer to the [logging]/active parameter description for further details on logging.

[logging]
name separator
description specifies the record separator to be used in the log file.
mandatory parameter : yes, value : yes
format -
value list 'lf' or 'crlf'. Any other value than carriage return (cr, ascii code 13) or carriage return + line feed (lf, ascii code 10) will be defaulted to 'lf'.
example separator = lf
usage 1. Each line in the log file <path>/<YYYYMM>_usage.log is separated by lf or crlf

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