For Adobe ColdFusion application servers For BlueDragon application servers Release notes

Current version: 2.0 build 20060216

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Notes for 2.0 build 20060216

  • Added block, historyLength, ignore, now attributes
  • Added autoscroll when report reloads
  • Trimmed whitespace generation in report
  • Made browser data available in request variable
  • Applied latest GeoLite Country database from
  • Changed report layout - removed IP, added browser icons, robot indicator, pages viewed
  • Added bots and spiders
  • Bots as are now aggregated intelligently
  • logDatasource was causing errors when not set (thanks Trevor Cole)
  • added "noindex,nofollow" search engine directive
  • added static page (HTML) tracking facility via an embedded image

Notes for 1.2 build 20050524

  • Added logging to a ColdFusion datasource.
  • Added a few more spiders and robots
  • visitorIdMethod can now be set to use sessionid, jsessionid or urltoken, or any custom value. sessionid now the default if sessions enabled.
  • Fixed capitalisation issue with flag filenames causing issue on Linux servers
  • Fixed bug when country code unset

Notes for 1.1b build 20041002

  • fixed CF5 locking issue

Notes for 1.1a build 20040929

  • Added French and German resource bundles
  • tweaked localization

Notes for 1.1 build 20040924

  • added BlueDragon support by moving UDFs, wrapping cftry around getAuthUser()
  • added hostname analysis
  • added lookup link
  • replaced CGI.server_name with attributes.trackerId
  • replaced .path_info with .script_name for Apache
  • two incompatibilities fixed

Notes for 1.0 build 20040427

  • cf_siteInsight 1.0 released
User-Defined Functions. UDFs were added to ColdFusion 5 and are usually written using CFScript, but, with the release of ColdFusion MX, may also be written with regular CFML tag-based markup.

A CFML web application server available for either J2EE Application Servers or the Microsoft .NET Framework. BlueDragon is a product of New Atlanta Communications.

Internet Protocol
The most basic protocol to communicate on the Internet.
Common Gateway Interface
HyperText Markup Language
The coding language used to create hypertext documents for use on the World Wide Web.