How to populate jomres_pageviews

1 year 6 months ago #46642 by Thomas

In the jomres installation there is a table called jomres_pageviews. In older jomres version (at least until v 9.7.3) this table was populated during the core component.

I would like to use that data, but it's not pupolated anymore. Is there a reason for that ? Do i need a extra plugin to re-enable it ?

btw: is there a way to anonymize the value for the IP adress during the capture process ?


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1 year 6 months ago #46647 by Rodrigo Rocco
The table is being updated every time a user that is not a manager views a property, also it has a cookie check for 30 days.

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1 year 6 months ago #46648 by Vince Wooll
Not any more Rod, IIRC we dropped the functionality a few months ago as it was generating a lot of information that I'd never had time to capitalise upon.

What I'd really like to do is build a "pageviews" plugin that can take over from what the old functionality did, then perhaps somebody could write a plugin to use that information in ways that are useful to you guys.

Thomas, can you create an issue on the Jomres github page please asking for the plugin? That way I will not lose the request and hopefully will be able to find the time to create that for you sometime soon.

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