David Robley (email@example.com)
Thu, 20 May 1999 10:44:51 +0930 (CST)
On 19 May, Röder Thorsten wrote:
> Just one question:
> Can I save the entered search words in a file ???
> I haven't found an option yet.
> Thorsten Röder
If you use the GET method to pass search data, the variables can be
included in your server log, which you can then manipulate with a
number of tools. I belive that, with Apache, you can specify to send
different parts of the 'log' to different files.
-- David Robley
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