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hello friends,

  I have a web application. i want to maintain a log to monitor which user has performed particular transaction.
How can i maintain the log file.

If i use filesystemobject, it will take physical path. And not possible to view from web.

???????

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  You can use database to maintain log. If you want to maintain log in ordinary text format then you can create that file in the directory of web aplication itself using filesystemobject. Say your application is http://myapplication which is stored in folder c:\inetpub\wwwroot\myapplication. Then you can create a mylog.txt file in the folder c:\inetpub\wwwroot\myapplication and can view that file from web using the address http://myapplication/mylog.txt


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