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Hello --

I'm current developing a web application for a customer and one of the things they have asked for is the ability to generate reports, something I have never done before. I assume it involves writing log entries to a database and then performing queries upon that database?

Is there a standard format for server reports, and if so what is it?

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It can be formatted however you want.

Either write a flat ASCII text file or store each report element in a database and build the report up in real time. It's entirely up to you and whichever solution best fits the situation.
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