PURGETIME Element

Obsolete. Specifies the maximum age of valid page hits when the log file is being uploaded.

Syntax

<PURGETIME
    HOUR = "n"/>

Attributes

HOUR
Required. Number of hours for which the logging information is considered valid.

Element Information

Parent elements LOGTARGET
Child elements None
Minimum availability Internet Explorer 4.0
Minimum operating systems Windows 95, Windows NT 4.0

Remarks

Windows Internet Explorer 7. The Channel Definition Format (CDF) is obsolete and should not be used.

The log file ( filename .log) is stored in the user's local cache in the%userprofile%\history\log folder. This file is cleared after it is successfully posted to the HTTP server during the CDF update.

Example

In the following example, a PURGETIME element and HTTP-EQUIV element are nested inside a LOGTARGET element. The example shows how to specify the maximum age of valid page hits—in this case, 12 hours.


<LOGTARGET
      HREF="http://www.joyware.tld/logging"
      METHOD="POST"
      SCOPE="OFFLINE">
   <PURGETIME
         HOUR="12"/>
   <HTTP-EQUIV
         NAME="ENCODING-TYPE"
         VALUE="gzip"/>
</LOGTARGET>

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