[thelist] IIS, Cookies and html pages

Warden, Matt mwarden at odyssey-design.com
Thu Jun 28 13:50:06 CDT 2001

FYI, Webtrends sets its own cookie. It's called "WEBTRENDS_ID", I do believe
(another benefit of being completely insane and surfing with the browser
prompting me with each cookie). I'm pretty sure Webtrends is just a
pre-packaged version of what I'm doing now with ASP. It just stores various
information in a datastore and relates that back to an ID that is held in a


> From: "Chris Evans" <chris at fuseware.com>
> Subject: RE: [thelist] IIS, Cookies and html pages

> I don't know WebTrends very well, but I believe you can do this.  The key
> to assign a visitor a unique ID, set as a cookie.  If you log the cookie,
> you can do click stream analysis on that user and their visit.
> Analog doesn't have this capability.

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