Release Notes: This release fixes a bug in the parsing of RFC 3164 date and time stamps which occurred from the 1st to the 9th of each month (during this time, the date was not correctly parsed), enhances the detail popup window (it performs much better now, is less annoying, and still can be turned off very easily), and fixes an image alignment problem.
Release Notes: A bug was fixed in the parsing of RFC 3164 date and time stamps which occurred from the 1st to the 9th of each month. During this time, the date was not correctly parsed. The detail popup window was enhanced, so it performs much better now and is less annoying. It still can be turned off very easily. An image alignment problem of the message was fixed once and for all.
Release Notes: Support for exporting the current visible events into an XML or CSV file was added. Filter Engine was extended to support full and partial text searches on string fields. The submenu buttons also now use the full text search by default, which performs much better on database logstream sources. A new menu entry on each value on each field in the main EventView gives you the option to search for this field only or to extend an existing filterset.
Release Notes: General Options are now configurable on a user basis if UserDB System is installed. This means that phpLogCon first uses the global configuration options, then the user configuration, if available. When a user adds new Sources, the source is checked with better error details. If there's a database connection, the existence of the configured table is checked. This release fixes a minor bug in the installer which was added in 2.5.0 and fixes spelling errors in the admin index template. Error messages in the admin center contain more useful details now.
Release Notes: An option for suppressing the display of multiple messages was added. A Maximize/Normalize button was added into the menu. If the UserDB System is enabled, the donate button will only be shown within the Admin Center. A bug in the input checking of files when a Diskfile source was added or reconfigured was fixed. A minor bug reading the correct default view for sources from the database was fixed. A problem in the Views Admin where a set of predefined columns could be in the list was fixed. Error display was enhanced in all admin templates.
Release Notes: A "notice" bug was fixed in the installer, which was missing to save the DBType for the MySQL datasource. A bug was fixed in the pdo logstream class which caused display of empty rows when no records were found. Internal and invalid IP addresses are not linked to whois anymore. The line ending was fixed to Unix in some code files.
Release Notes: The UserDB system was fully implemented. This is the next major milestone in the development of phpLogCon. The new UserDB System allows you to fully customize phpLogCon using an administrative interface and offers the following sub-features: Users, Groups, Sources, Views, Searches, and general options. Existing configurations can be imported into the user system using the convert.php script. The installer has an option to install the user system. Icons were added to all Topmenu entries, as well as into the Admin Topmenu entries. Stylesheets were improved.
Release Notes: This release adds missing database mapping for the program field of syslogng. It adds a translation for Brazilian Portuguese.
Release Notes: Initial stable version taken from the 2.1.x beta branch.
Release Notes: Multiple configurable views can now be configured and selected separately for each source. Old configurations can still be used with the new Views feature. The installer also supports selecting the default View for the first added source.