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Use this report to see which scripts are used most often on your web site, and the success rate for each script. FlashStats considers a script to have run successfully if it returns a code between 200 and 399 (inclusive); otherwise, the script is considered to have failed.
FlashStats identifies script requests by file extension, HTTP method (POST requests), or the presence of a query string. You can define script file extensions by opening the FlashStats Web Site menu, choosing the Properties command, then choosing the File Types tab. Also, see the Advaned tab to configure FlashStats to treat all POST requests as scripts.
If you would like to see the query string that was passed to a script, click the All Advanced Options... button on the Report Set Options tab, then make sure that the Show query strings check box is selected.
See the Script Errors report for a list of failed script requests.
Requests for scripts that do not exist on your web site may be attacks against your site. See the Top Attacks report for more information. (Advanced details are available in the report's Tip Sheet.) After you define these scripts as attacks, future report sets will report them in the Top Attacks report instead of this report.
Note that scripts with a 100% failure rate on this report may not show up on the Script Errors report. The reason for the difference is that this report displays all scripts which returned any error code in the 400 or 500 range, whereas the Script Errors report only includes errors in the 500 range. (Scripts that were attempted to be run but which did not actually exist will also show up on the Bad URLs report since they would have returned error 404.)
URL: The script executed on your web site.
Runs: The total number of times that the given script was run. Each hit is counted separately, including duplicate hits from the same visitor.
% of Runs Successful: The percentage of times that the given script ran successfully.
% of Runs Failed: The percentage of times that the given script returned an error code (in the range of 100 - 199 or 400 - 599, inclusive).
Bandwidth Used: The total amount of bandwidth used by the given script.