The output table has one row for each input row that the function parses, except those that contain requested files of excluded types. Its schema depends on the log format and function arguments. The following table is a possible output table schema.
|remote_host||VARCHAR||Remote host that made the HTTP request.|
|remote_log_name||VARCHAR||Log name on remote host.|
|remote_user||VARCHAR||User logged into remote host.|
|request_time||TIMESTAMP||Timestamp when the HTTP request was made.|
|requested_page||VARCHAR||Requested landing page.|
|final_status||INTEGER||Status for request that was internally redirected. Applies to the final request, not the original request.|
|bytes_sent_including_header||INTEGER||Response size in bytes in Custom Log Format (CLF).|
|referrer||VARCHAR||URL from which the request was initiated.|
|request:User-Agent||VARCHAR||Information about the system from which the request was initiated.|
The possible output column names are listed in Apache Log Parser Item-Name Mapping and the following table. The following table describes the output table columns that appear only if the SearchInfoFlag argument has the value 'true' and the log file contains referrer information.
|search_engine||VARCHAR||Name of the search engine referrer (Google, Bing, or Yahoo) if the log file contains that information; otherwise blank.|
|search_terms||VARCHAR||Search terms that led to landing on the page.|