typo3 at kay-strobach.de
Sat Dec 12 12:35:41 CET 2009
Am 11.12.2009 23:16, schrieb Steffen Gebert:
> Am 11.12.2009, 23:14 Uhr, schrieb Steffen Gebert
> <steffen at steffen-gebert.de>:
>> Hi (Kai),
>> we use piwik since some time in parallel to Analytics to track our
>> visitors. Unfortunately, I found no time to get in touch with piwik in
>> Do you think, the following situation can be handled with
yes it should be possible.
i have tested it with ~130 customers in one big installation with more
than 400 be_users
the permissions are set, when the users opens the statistics module and
clicks in the pagetree.
> .. currently we have included the Tracking code via TS, not using
that's no problem, but in the future EXT:piwik will offer a lot more
configuration options - that's the reason for the suggestion.
> It sounds a bit like you expect piwik being in typo3conf/piwik/piwik/.
> Sorry.. don't understand this point in the manual.
The installation of piwik is handled within the extesion.
The extension uses parts of the piwik core for synchronising the
permissions, that's why there has been done a lot to get this
automatically and the path's are fixed.
1. Install piwikintegration
2. Setup the TS for at least one site (the siteid is fetched directly
form the page template setup) config.tx_piwik.piwik_idsite =
3. Go to Statistics > pick a page > watch the install > now your in piwik
If EXT:piwik is not installed, than you can add the tracking code like
you want, but i need the setup mentioned above to get the siteid.
There is currently a known problem:
siteid's are only created, when a user visits the be module. This will
be fixed soon.
Regards Kay (Kay with "y" ;) )
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