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Analog 6.0

Building a Web Server, for Windows


  • [Optional] Generating reports via on-line form...
    • Perl
    • \cgi-bin



Our Configuration

  • Install to : C:\www\analog
  • Server webroot : C:\www\webroot
  • Generated report location, via analog.exe : http://localhost/stats/Report.html
  • [Optional] Generate report via on-line form : http://localhost/stats/anlgform.html
    • Server cgi-bin : C:\www\cgi-bin
    • Perl.exe : C:\www\perl\bin\perl.exe


  • Unpack to C:\www\analog
  • Create directory C:\www\webroot\stats
    [base directory of generated reports]
  • Place directory C:\www\analog\images under directory C:\www\webroot\stats
    [analog will look into C:\www\webroot\stats\images for its static image files]
  • [Optional] on-line form files
    • Move file C:\www\analog\anlgform.html to directory C:\www\webroot\stats
    • Move file C:\www\analog\ to directory C:\www\cgi-bin


  • Edit the following fields under file C:\www\analog\analog.cnf
    • LOGFILE C:\www\Apache2\logs\access.log
      [location of the main Apache log file]
    • OUTFILE C:\www\webroot\stats\Report.html
      [location of generated report]
    • HOSTNAME "[my Apache2 system Report]"
      [specify title of generated report]
    • IMAGEDIR images/
      [directory that contains analog's static image files, relative to OUTFILE (URL)]

[Optional] Configuration, on-line form

  • Edit C:\www\cgi-bin\
    • Replace the 1st line: #!/usr/bin/perl
      with #!C:/www/perl/bin/perl.exe
    • Replace line: # Windows: $analog = 'C:\program files\analog 6.0\analog.exe';
      with $analog = 'C:\www\analog\analog.exe';
  • Edit C:\www\webroot\stats\anlgform.html
    • Make the following changes, replacing the original lines...

      <h1><!-- img src="/images/analogo.gif" alt="" --> Analog form interface</h1>
      <h1><img src="/stats/images/analogo.gif" alt=""> Analog form interface</h1>

      <!-- This version is in British English. Forms in other languages can be -->
      <!-- found in the "lang" folder or directory. -->

      <!-- Make the edits below. You also need to edit -->

      <!-- First, uncomment the img tag above, edited if necessary. -->

      <!-- Next, uncomment the following line, edited to reflect the correct -->
      <!-- location of in you server's filespace. -->
      <!-- form action="/cgi-bin/" method="POST" -->
      <form action="/cgi-bin/" method="POST">

      <!-- Many systems will want the IMAGEDIR to be different on the form -->
      <!-- than from the command line, because it should not be within /cgi-bin/ -->
      <!-- input type=hidden name="IMAGEDIR" value="/images/" -->
      <input type=hidden name="IMAGEDIR" value="/stats/images/">

      <!-- Some users will want to set their logfile like this. -->
      <!-- input type=hidden name="LOGFILE" value="/usr/local/etc/httpd/logs/access_log" -->
      <input type=hidden name="LOGFILE" value="C:/www/Apache2/logs/access.log">

      <!-- After you've made these edits, you can remove the "strong" lines below -->

      <h2>1. Report choices</h2>

      <strong><font color=red>N.B. This form will not work - e.g. the buttons may
      not even appear - until you've configured it according to the instructions.
      When you've configured it, you should remove this paragraph.<br>
      Delete the above <strong> block

Generating Reports