W3C libwww Using

Request Log Filters

It is possible to log the result of a libwww request regardless of what type of application is using it. You get a set of different log filters that can handle the Common Log File format, referer logs, arbitrary logs, and lately you can also use the SQL log filter which allows you to log information in a MySQL database.

Normally, logging is turned off but it can be enabled at any time - just register these log filters as any other AFTER filter. You can see many examples of how to use the log filters in the libwww webbot.

DocumentationConstructors, Destructors and Methods

Henrik Frystyk Nielsen,
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