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If you've provisioned the Web Analytics Service Application then you'll have access to some out of the box reporting functionality on a site basis. This MSDN blog has a good overview for you http://blogs.msdn.com/b/ecm/archive/2010/03/21/introducing-web-analytics-in-sharepoint-2010.aspx Paul.


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I think the Usage Service Application (on which the Usage Report is based) is still in there in 2013, which (once configured) will pile lots of information - amongst other things, Requests - into a SQL Database called 'WSS_Logging', and included is a view called RequestUsage. If you use this for usage analytics, you might have to build upon that SQL view ...


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You cannot use the server side SPAuditQuery api in provider hosted web. You should be able to achieve this in 3 ways: 1) There is SP.ChangeQuery api available on client side to fetch changes done on lists/Document Library level from sharepoint. You can use ChangeQuery class in CSOM. Refer Use of ChangeQuery in CSOM 2) Generate Http Post requests from ...


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building the reports there are multiple timer jobs running: •Analytics Timer Job for Search Service Application Search Service Application •Microsoft SharePoint Foundation Usage Data Import •Microsoft SharePoint Foundation Usage Data Processing •Usage Analytics Timer Job for Search Application Search Service Application below is ...


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To view a usage report or a search report Sign in to the Office 365 Admin Center as a search administrator. Choose Admin > SharePoint. You’re now in the SharePoint admin center. Choose search. Choose View Usage Reports. Click a link on the page to retrieve a report. The report opens in an Excel spreadsheet or in another program that you can find online. ...


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According to this article: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh144782(v=office.14).aspx It looks as though that may point to the service accounts such as search/content, and the web application pool accounts. Requests Per User This report displays the percentage of requests made by the most common user accounts. Some system accounts, ...


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I received official word from Microsoft that this is all we get: multiple reports for search queries and "Popular Items". The "Usage" report only displays the number of users per week/month. For other reports where there are gaps with 2010, there are a couple of ways that you could consider providing alternatives. One would be to create reports of ...


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I know Microsoft has a fully populated Constoso SharePoint site with documents, list entries subsites, user profiles, etc., though I'm not certain where that is available. I found this link while searching for it which looks promising but I would not swear this is it.


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In researching for a similar problem, I've come across two different ways to get usage data from the MOSS 2007 Shared Services Database (db where the ANL* tables are located). They both query the database but in different ways: The SharePoint is not enough blog provides a sample query against the 'ANL' tables on how to view the most popular documents in a ...


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You can enable usage processing in Central administration then turn on auditing in the site collection. The data can be a bit of a bear to work with, but the reports you can create are flexible enough that you could retrieve some of that data. There are other third party tools that will give you a better grasp on usage and content better if you're looking ...


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Is it possible information is being omitted by the analysis job? Ref: SPSite.UsageInfo.Hits The usage analysis code tracks only data recorded in the HTTP logs. The HTTP logs record most operations except requests for files in the _layouts directory and HTTP requests with results greater than or equal to 300 bytes. Most SharePoint pages are > 300 ...



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