Find, tracking and get the statistics

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Hi!

I was wondering if there is a way to get the statistics from tracking in order to process the data? I need it for a function and there is like no documentation or details in how to do so.

If so, how?

#192514
May 17, 2018 22:19
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I don't believe there's enoiugh documentation around this either.

You can look at the request in the network tab in the FIND interface. (NOT OPTIMAL). It returns a JSON object.

It looks something like this:

~/EPiServer/Find/proxy/_stats/query?from=2018-05-16T22%3A00%3A00Z&to=2018-05-17T22%3A00%3A00Z&interval=hour&dojo.preventCache=1526591503279

~/EPiServer/Find/api/bestbets/?tags=siteid%3A84BFAF5C52A349A0BC61A9FFB6983A66%2Clanguage%3A7D2DA0A9FC754533B091FA6886A51C0D&size=25&dojo.preventCache=1526591503228

Hopefully, someone will post a better way of doing this.

AG

#192516
May 17, 2018 23:19
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Right now there is no way to get that data from the api and it is only existing on the Find servers.

There is a feature request on exposing it through the api and I also added a feature request to save the statistics in a ordinary elastic index that we could for example connect Kibana to and do our own processing.

#192521
May 18, 2018 8:30
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Thank you for the info!

I really hope theyll add it soon.

I mean why do i need all the fancy functionality of Find when i cant use it in order to automate functionality thus use it to its full potential. It's fracking 2018 now and AI with automation is sooooo last year... ;)

#192524
Edited, May 18, 2018 9:56
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