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    Is there a way of seeing who has logged on to HAP?

    We are about to start fully using HAP for our staff. Is there a way to monitor or log who has logged in to HAP?
    I am bound to be asked to monitor its usage and it would be nice to have something to show the SMT!

    Thanks

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    It's done via the Web Tracker, which is part of the logon tracker when you tell it to use a SQL Server Database Provider

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    Thanks for that nick, IS this covered in the install documentation somewhere?
    I'd like to give it a go!

    thanks

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    It should be, Logon Tracker SQL Provider

    There's also this video

    Home Access Plus+ - Documentation

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    Just before I go off and do this, will this log logons to HAP itself even from home?

    Thanks
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    yep, because of the amount of data that the web events take up it needs something a bit beefier than a XML file.

    Here are some screenies

    Attachment 15896
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    Hopefully last question! How do I get to see these stats when logged on as an admin?

    thanks

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    duh! I guess I browse to /tracker to get there!

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    Yep that's it. You should have a link to it under the management tab of the homepage

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    Thanks Nick for all the help.
    I followed your video tutorial and now I can see who has logged in. I can't see the graph that you have in your pics above but that doesn't worry me!

    Reg

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    Ok I lied. I had a look at the the fix on documentation section of codeplex which says this...

    Logon Tracker Charts don't show

    Open the ~/Web.config file
    Find ChartImageHandler. Change the temp directory the system uses.
    Close the ~/web.config file and try again
    However that doesn't seem to be in the latest web.config!

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    That doesn't apply any more. It'll be a javascript error with jqplot

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    Hi Nick, Does that mean it is an error with the javascript on the client?

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    Sorry, I found your answer in this thread...

    Is it possible to log access by users using HAP from home?

    I need the extra scripts that you have posted there.

    Thanks again Nick for all your amazing work on HAP

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