<% dim cDBConn, sReferer, rsEntries, bExists ' Track Referring page If request.servervariables("http_referer") = "" then sReferer = "Unkown" else sReferer = request.servervariables("http_referer") end if ' Open Database Connection Set cDBConn = server.CreateObject("ADODB.Connection") cDBCOnn.Open "SiteTracking","","" Set rsEntries = cDBConn.Execute ("Select URL from Tracking") ' Check if URL is in DB, y = update count Do While rsEntries.EOF = FALSE If sReferer = rsEntries("URL") then cDBConn.Execute ("Update Tracking Set URL = URL + 1") bExists = 1 End if rsEntries.MoveNext Loop ' If not in DB, Add If bExists <> 1 then cDBConn.Execute ("Insert Into Tracking (URL,Count) VALUES ('"& sReferer &"','1')") end if %>





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