Use the W3C Logging Fields dialog box to select the information that you want to include in log files. This dialog box is available only when you select W3C from the Format drop-down list on the Logging feature page.
UI Element List
Logs the date on which the request occurred. Selected by default.
Logs the time, in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), at which the request occurred. Selected by default.
Client IP Address (c-ip)
Logs the IP address of the client that made the request. Selected by default.
User Name (cs-username)
Logs the name of the authenticated user who accessed the server. Anonymous users are indicated by a hyphen. Selected by default.
Service Name (s-sitename)
Logs the Internet service name and instance number that was running on the client at the time that the incident was logged.
Server Name (s-computername)
Logs the name of the server on which the log file entry was generated.
Server IP Address (s-ip)
Logs the IP address of the server on which the log file entry was generated. Selected by default.
Server Port (s-port)
Logs the server port number that is configured for the service. Selected by default.
Logs the HTTP method, such as GET, that is used in the request. Selected by default.
URI Stem (cs-uri-stem)
Logs the Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) that is the target of the action, such as Default.htm. Selected by default.
URI Query (cs-uri-query)
Logs the query, if any, that the client was trying to perform. A URI query is necessary only for dynamic pages. Selected by default.
Protocol Status (sc-status)
Logs the HTTP status code. Selected by default.
Protocol Substatus (sc-substatus)
Logs the HTTP substatus code. Selected by default.
Win32 Status (sc-win32-status)
Logs the Windows status code. Selected by default.
Bytes Sent (sc-bytes)
Logs the number of bytes that the server sent.
Bytes Received (cs-bytes)
Logs the number of bytes that the server received.
Time Taken (time-taken)
Logs the length of time that the action took in milliseconds. Selected by default.
Protocol Version (cs-version)
Logs the protocol version, HTTP or FTP, that the client used.
Logs the host header name, if any.
User Agent (cs(User-Agent))
Logs the browser from which the request came. Selected by default.
Logs the content of the cookie sent or received, if any.
Logs the site that the user last visited. This site provided a link to the current site.