HTTP activity logging

HTTP activity logging tracks requests from browsers to access Domino® Web servers.

Domino® generates an HTTP activity logging record each time a browser sends an HTTP request to a Domino® Web server. For example, if a user opens a Web page that includes information from three separate files, Domino® generates three separate activity logging records.

HTTP activity logging records include such information as the name of the Web server, the name of the user accessing the Web server, the HTTP request, the URL the user clicked, the number of bytes returned as a result of the request, the amount of time it took to process the request, the HTTP status code returned as a result of the request, and the time at which the request occurred. In addition, if you have set URL translation rules in the Server Configuration document, the HTTP activity logging record shows the results of the translations.