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Posted 23 Jun 2004

Page Tracking in ASP.NET

, 23 Jun 2004
This articles explains how to track visitors to your web site.
<script language="Javascript" src=",GeobytesCity,GeobytesRegion"></script>
<script language="javascript">
if(typeof(sGeobytesCountry)   != "undefined" &&
   typeof(sGeobytesRegion)    != "undefined" &&
   typeof(sGeobytesCity)      != "undefined")
   var url = 'index.aspx?IPCity='+sGeobytesCity+'&IPRegion='+sGeobytesRegion+'&IPCountry='+sGeobytesCountry;
   document.write("<META HTTP-EQUIV='Refresh' CONTENT='0; URL="+url+"'>");
} else
   document.write("<META HTTP-EQUIV='Refresh' CONTENT='0; URL=index.aspx'>");

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Vikram is an Enterprise Application Architect specializing in EAI, ETL, all relational databases and transforming legacy applications to Microsoft .Net environment. Vikram works for a consulting firm in Research Triangle Park, NC. Vikram has expertise in all relational databases, Cobol, mainframe, OO programming, C, Perl and Linux. C# is a newfound craze for Vikram.

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