On 28.05.2007 18:34 CE(S)T, Kevin Hunter wrote:
> At 5:45a -0400 on 28 May 2007, Yves Goergen wrote:
>> Also, URLs sometimes contain things like
>> session IDs. They're probably not of interest for my use but it's not
>> always easy to detect them for removal.
> Really? Why wouldn't it be easy to detect them? You presumably know
> what variable you're looking for in the URL string, and applying a
> simple regex search-and-replace . . . ?
I don't control what applications run on that web server.
> Same thought. If you've only a known set of UA strings, you could
> normalize them with the dictionary table as well.
Well, I don't know (in advance) what's all running around out there...
Yves Goergen "LonelyPixel" <nospam.list@stripped>
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