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Reporting Sharepoint Usage

  Asked By: Caitlin    Date: Nov 26    Category: MOSS    Views: 855

The company I am employed by is currently evaluating reporting
solutions for Sharepoint usage. I am already familiar with the built
in usage statistics that Sharepoint provides, but am looking for any
products that can extend on this. It is an added bonus if this
product allows the data to be easily ported into SQL.

I will also note that I am familiar with the SQL Reporting Pack
approach. This will address most if not all our of needs but does not
offer any support or upgrade path to 2007. Both of these limitations
are likely to be concerns from the business.



3 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Kyla Eckert     Answered On: Nov 26

Quest software has a "free" tool called sharepoint  discovery (I believe)... they also have a purchase product (but it is quite expensive).

May be worth a look though...


Answer #2    Answered By: Megan Martin     Answered On: Nov 26

If you’re serious about usage  and auditing I would recommend


If you want something fun you can use http://www.visitorville.com/ (shows your sites as buildings and visitors as people in those buildings – jump in a passing taxi to travel between sites)

If you just want graphs and things you could try www.snapfiles.com/.../802-468144-weblogpro.html

Answer #3    Answered By: Donta Kirkland     Answered On: Nov 26

One thing to remember, is that the regular web logging solutions will work with 2007, because the IIS logs have more detailed information instead of the single file that everything went to and showed up under in 2003 and prior.

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