[ic] Who's Online for Interchange
Gert van der Spoel
gert at 3edge.com
Thu Jan 8 07:44:33 UTC 2009
> -----Original Message-----
> From: interchange-users-bounces at icdevgroup.org [mailto:interchange-
> users-bounces at icdevgroup.org] On Behalf Of Don
> Sent: Thursday, January 08, 2009 2:48 AM
> To: interchange-users at icdevgroup.org
> Subject: Re: [ic] Who's Online for Interchange
> Gert van der Spoel wrote:
> >>> Subject: [ic] Who's Online for Interchange
> >>> I wrote a program for Interchange that is based off of OSCommerce's
> >>> Who's
> >>> Online feature.
> >> Hi Don,
> >> I've installed it and it looks very nice :)
> >> I notice two things in my set up:
> >> 1) The IP Address field is sometimes empty. I suspect this is the
> >> when it is not possible to resolve the IP. However I'd expect it to
> >> then just show the IP number (which are available in the session).
> >> I'd either show the IP number when it cannot resove or a simple text
> >> explain why the IP is not showing ('cannot resolve') instead of
> >> it empty.
> >> 2) For me the Last URL is always showing as 'n/a' and also in the
> >> details there is no breadcrumb information showing .. I've had a
> >> look and it appears to be related to the breadcrumbs.tag which looks
> >> be the one setting breadcrumbs data in the session. As far as I can
> >> tell this tag is only supplied if you install the foundation and is
> >> then being used. In case you have a 'build from scratch' site it
> >> not come automatically .... I think that default there is a
> >> hash in the session or something like that.
> >> Anyway it is almost replacing my tail -f /www/catalog/logs/usertrack
> >> grep -E "(ADDITEM)" :)
> > One more thing I noticed is that it will start to 'internal server
> > after an order has been placed. This is probably related to my
> install where
> > I clear a session after an order was placed. However it would be nice
> > gracefully die and not 'explode' ;)
> > CU,
> > Gert
> Hello Gert,
> Thanks for the report. It now looks for History in the session.
> I also fixed the problem where it wasn't showing anything if it
> resolve the hostname.
Thanks this looks better and so far seems to work fine!
> As for the internal server error, is there something in the error log
> you can email to me when this happens? or to this list if you don't
> sending it here.
If I find out why I will let you know, I thought it might have to do with
some forces cleaning of session files, but from the looks of it it is
something else. It appears to be happening once in a while and during the
'foreach' loop ... That's all I found so far (so nothing helpful yet for
> I went through the code today and changed a few things, so maybe the
> changes i made will also fix that problem as well.
> For anyone that has already downloaded it please grab the new tag here:
> or the patch here:
> If anyone experiences any problems, please let me know.
> Thanks, Don
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