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Tracking Downloads

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by iDJ, Jun 3, 2009.

  1. iDJ

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    how do you track the amount of downloads a file you uploaded has gotten??
     
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    You could use the webstats within cPanel, that will give you some stats for the popular files. I would suggest trying awstats first.
     
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    How About The Commerce Software

    I don't know the answer to the question, which means I should probably shut up. Nevertheless, since I have a similar interest, I will query another option. Can programs like OSCommerce or Zen Cart (available under Fantastico) make a record of the number of downloads and the name of the person downloading? I am wondering whether one could put the file in some sort of on-line store where it sells for zero dollars, but use the commerce software to track the purchasers, even if they pay nothing.

    Ndmand
     
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    This is something not related to cPanel. You may refer documents of OScommerce or Zen cart to find out the way to check statistics.

    For OScommerce refer:

    osCommerce Knowledge Base: Statistics

    For Zen cart refer:

    ZenCart -- Status Reports
     
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