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Parse an Apache log file with Regular Expressions

Parse an Apache log file with Regular Expressions

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import java.util.regex.*;

/**
 * Common fields for Apache Log demo.
 */
interface LogExample {
  /** The number of fields that must be found. */
  public static final int NUM_FIELDS = 9;

  /** The sample log entry to be parsed. */
  public static final String logEntryLine = "123.45.67.89 - - [27/Oct/2000:09:27:09 -0400] \"GET /java/javaResources.html HTTP/1.0\" 200 10450 \"-\" \"Mozilla/4.6 [en] (X11; U; OpenBSD 2.8 i386; Nav)\"";

}


/**
 * Parse an Apache log file with Regular Expressions
 */
public class LogRegExp implements LogExample {

  public static void main(String argv[]) {

    String logEntryPattern = "^([\\d.]+) (\\S+) (\\S+) \\[([\\w:/]+\\s[+\\-]\\d{4})\\] \"(.+?)\" (\\d{3}) (\\d+) \"([^\"]+)\" \"([^\"]+)\"";

    System.out.println("Using RE Pattern:");
    System.out.println(logEntryPattern);

    System.out.println("Input line is:");
    System.out.println(logEntryLine);

    Pattern p = Pattern.compile(logEntryPattern);
    Matcher matcher = p.matcher(logEntryLine);
    if (!matcher.matches() || 
      NUM_FIELDS != matcher.groupCount()) {
      System.err.println("Bad log entry (or problem with RE?):");
      System.err.println(logEntryLine);
      return;
    }
    System.out.println("IP Address: " + matcher.group(1));
    System.out.println("Date&Time: " + matcher.group(4));
    System.out.println("Request: " + matcher.group(5));
    System.out.println("Response: " + matcher.group(6));
    System.out.println("Bytes Sent: " + matcher.group(7));
    if (!matcher.group(8).equals("-"))
      System.out.println("Referer: " + matcher.group(8));
    System.out.println("Browser: " + matcher.group(9));
  }
}


           
       










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