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Subject: recordset problem
From: caz
Date: 9/10/2001 3:23:47 PM
IP: 192.223.186.84



 

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Hi,
my problem is kind of hard to explain but I hope everyone is able to understand. If anyone doesn't, please feel free to email me and ask questions because I am really stuck with this one and basically could do with all the help I can get!

Basically, I am working on a tool that tracks our users' usage of an application and what I am trying to do at the moment is using VBScript list the last ten sessions for a particular user.

What I eventually want to end up is the following format:
eg
Session Started Session Ended
2:34 PM 2:50PM
3:35 PM 4:15PM
etc...

Every single request that a user makes is tracked in a database so I am using a recordset object to retrieve the results
My SQL statement is as follows:
sql = "SELECT * FROM event_log" & _
"WHERE (event_id = 1 OR event_id = 2 OR event_id = 10 OR event_id = 0)" & _
"AND user_id="ABC" & _
"ORDER BY event_time DESC"

The event_id's mean the following:
1 = login success
2 = login failure
10 = logout
0 = regular page request once the user is logged in

A session start with a login failure or if there is none, a login success
A session ends with either a logout or when the last request was more than 20 minutes ago

The easiest way to explain is to give an example of a recordset and show the expected results

[b]Event# event_time event_id
1 2:34 0
2 3:05 2
3 3:07 2
4 3:08 1
5 3:09 0
6 3:11 10
7 3:15 1
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