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Oracle® Fusion Middleware Technical Reference Guide for Site Studio
11g Release 1 (11.1.1)

Part Number E10615-02
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17 Content Tracker Integration

Site Studio and Content Tracker can be used together to generate reports for a Site Studio web site. You can customize the integration of the two products using several configuration flags. The configuration flags control the data that is reported.

Using Content Tracker (the Data Engine Control Center), you can control the data that is tracked and where that data is tracked for each service call.

This section covers the following topics:

17.1 Tracked Data

There are two types of site accesses that are tracked:

If errors occur, then the following values are included in the Content Tracker database:

Error Type SS Variable CT Field Name
Error SS Variable CT Field Name
The original site relative URL that was received at the server and could not be resolved. originalSiteRelativeUrl extField_8
Whether or not the original URL was invalid invalidSiteRelativeUrl extField_9

If the site has an error handler page and that page gets accessed, the siteRelativeUrl will be set to the URL of the error page. The original URL that caused the error will be set as the originalSiteRelativeUrl value. The invalidSiteRelativeUrl value will be set to 1.

If the site has no error handler page and an error occurs, then the original URL will be recorded as the siteRelativeUrl, and the invalidSiteRelativeUrl value will be set to 1. In this case the originalSiteRelativeUrl value will be empty.

17.2 Configuration Flags

The following configuration flags (set in config.cfg) control the data that Site Studio tracks and how it tracks that information.