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Language: Visual Basic
Expertise: Intermediate
Jun 25, 2001

A VBScript Hit Counter


I created this Hit Counter to keep track of the use of our Company Intranet. On the SQL Server (in our case MSSQL 7), you will need to have a table named Hit_list_tbl with the columns row_id (identifier, auto incrementing), page_hit (name of the page returned), time_hit (datetime) and user_id (holds domain and user name).

At the end of the page clear and close everything (not included).
 
<% 

' The Hit Counter part 

        set OBJdbConn = Server.CreateObject(
Stephen Solberg
 
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