Monday 19 March 2007 5:13:55 am - 8 replies
Hello, this forum is for the continued community support and development of the <b>BC Website Statistics</b> extension.
<b>About</b>: Google offers a feature rich proprietary web statistics service called, 'Analytics'. This is a extension which offers the code needed to provide the service with the statistics information based on your account name.
<b>SVN Log RSS</b>:
<b>Success Stories and References</b>
We continue to look forward <i>hearing</i> just what you think from each of the many users as they test, examine, review and use Google Analytics as the provider of their statistics tracking.
Be the first one to review it! http://projects.ez.no/bcwebsitestatistics/reviews
Modified on Tuesday 20 November 2007 2:02:06 am by Brookins Consulting
Monday 19 March 2007 5:01:47 pm
Greeting Mr. Dutoit,
Thank you very much for your interest.
Brookins Consulting is proud to both support and patiently await for the successful completion of the (automated) migration of all eZ Community existing resources (PubSVN, Contributions, etc) to the eZ projects platform.
The release (content object locations throughout ez.no) as it stands now are technical release dependencies which had not yet been resolved at the time of initial publication.
This first public promotion of the released extension is the second step in a silent release (some time before eZ projects was available to us we moved code to PubSVN).
Brookins Consulting believes firmly in the successful migration of existing resources will quickly resolve these outstanding dependencies which leaves us looking forward to future releases on eZ projects yet through our own planning, patience direction.
We thank you in advance for your patience and understanding.
Modified on Monday 19 March 2007 5:04:01 pm by Brookins Consulting
Wednesday 09 May 2007 7:31:22 am
Greetings eZ Community!
We thought others might be keen to notice that just recently Google updated their service Google Analytics. <i>"The new version of Google Analytics is easy enough for a layperson to understand, but also offers the sophistication experienced users need."</i>
<b>eZ Award Nomination</b>
Brookins Consulting was recently nominated for two eZ awards!. The Google Analytics extension has been nominated for the eZ award, 'Solution of the Year'.
<b>What is Google Analytics</b>
If your asking yourself, what is 'Google Analytics? Find out more via wikipedia.org, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Google_Analytics
<i>"Google Analytics (GA) is a free service offered by Google that generates detailed statistics about the visitors to a website. Its main highlight is that a webmaster can optimize their AdWords advertisement and marketing campaigns through the use of GA's analysis of where the visitors came from, how long they stayed on the website and their geographical position."</i>
<b>Summery of the new features</b>
- New simpler design
- No more digging for reports
- Email reporting and exports
Here is a screenshot of the new e-commerce reporting features and design!
<b>Do you want to know more?</b>
- Take a tour of the new version to see more, http://www.google.com/analytics/media/report_tour/feature_tour.html
- Read more about the available features, http://www.google.com/analytics/features.html
- Have more questions, read the faq first, http://www.google.com/support/googleanalytics/bin/static.py?page=FAQ.cs
* Ask questions in this forum thread, start a conversation.
Modified on Wednesday 09 May 2007 7:37:39 am by Brookins Consulting
Tuesday 15 May 2007 2:23:45 pm
FYI Update Hipsters!
I plan on introducing destructive commits to the svn trunk branch of this extension.
These commits will affect anyone using the googleanalytics extension from PubSVN on automatic updates via cron. It's unknown just how many people this would actually affect.
The goal is to replace the previous use of the stats.tpl template include (original dependency) with a simple set template operators.
If you update from svn via cron this template will disappear and prolly stop collecting stats and start throwing eZ log error entries at the least.
The solution is to disable svn updates via cron until the next major release announcement. By disabling updates to the extension's svn checkout, this prevents my modifications to the svn repository from affecting the distributed installations based on a PubSVN checkout of the extension.
These new template operators greatly should increase the flexibility of the solution by removing all external dependencies and reducing previous installation configuration (documentation) confusion surrounding manual template override creation requirements (Hint, it is only required if you use a design extension or modify templates).
All this and more without removing any features from the solution.
Please <i>disable svn updates via cron</i> until the next major release announcement.
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Modified on Tuesday 15 May 2007 2:26:59 pm by // kracker
Monday 19 November 2007 3:30:11 pm
Brookins Consulting has completed the migration of this solution from PubSVN to projects.ez.no, http://projects.ez.no/bcwebsitestatistics
Our certified and supported product BC Website Statistics was released and is now available for purchase. http://ez.no/products/certified_extensions/bc_website_statistics
Our article surrounding the extension BC Website Statistics was recently published on ez.no, <i>http://ez.no/developer/articles/h...xtensions_google_analytics</i>
The latest stable subversion release branch of the extension (currently v1.0.2) available from.
Stable Subversion Branch:
Please feel free again enable automated cron/crontab based checkouts and exports of the extension. We often use the eZ SVN extension to perform this task with eZ Publish.
Modified on Tuesday 20 November 2007 4:32:25 am by Brookins Consulting
Tuesday 19 August 2008 9:17:03 am
I have two short questions about the extension:
1. the extension seems to be based on the legacy 'urchin' method instead of the ga.js one. Are there plans to update it ?
2. What are the benefits of your extension vs. just putting the ga.js or urchin.js tracker into the pagelayout? I understand there's some advanced tracking on the shop, but can you detail that a bit?
Thanks a lot in advance,
Tuesday 19 August 2008 3:50:41 pm
King Klick B*
The extension is based on the urchin method. This is so simple to update by modifying the files ...
Out of the box functionality might often be preferred instead of modifying templates etc.
It also provides shop order tracking functionality most shops demand that would take additional workarounds. It's a workflow event.
Read the docs or the article available.
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Modified on Tuesday 19 August 2008 4:11:54 pm by // kracker
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