Is it possible to find out how many anonymous page views for a specific page occurred within a specific timeframe?

The Confluence deployment is completely internal so I cannot use Google Analytics. I'd like to use a plugin for this but I have not been able to find one that can give me # of page views for the following filter...

- Anonymous user

- Last "X" number of days

- For page "X"

Is this possible with a Plugin? If not, is this possible with the SQL plugin? If so, do you know which tables contain this information and how to join them and specify the user, page name and date range filters?



3 answers

Bitvoodoo's viewtracker plugin is perfect. You can set it to show you exact user names or just annonymous users within a certain time frame.

I am not sure but you can try CustomWare Tracking Plugin. Heres the documentation for it

Tried it but it doesn't have the options I need.

This didn't come up on Google earlier, but I found it with a search in this forum...

Seems like it might do the trick.

since you thought about Google analytics - Piwik might be a good fit for you (internally deployed):

highly recommended

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