This FREE Log Parser GUI for Microsoft Log Parser 2.2 is a versatile tool that provides quick access to log files, XML files, CSV files, as well as data sources on the Microsoft Windows operating system. Now, businesses running Log Parser can use this query software to find exactly what they need exactly when they need it.
By trying Log Parser Lizard for free, you’ll see first-hand how easy it is to find needed information in your log files, XML files and CSV files. You’ll no longer have to use an unintuitive interface to search, and your queries are stored for future use.
Because the command-line interface is not very intuitive, we have created our professional system utilities tool Log Parser Lizard. Log Parser Lizard is a free GUI tool for managing queries and exporting results to Excel and charts. In addition we have added input filters for RegEx and log4net input log formats (with support for regular expressions) and SQL server T-SQL queries. In the installation package, you’ll find some helpful examples to help you start using Log Parser Lizard (and its SQL-like syntax) for a web log analyzer and system log analyzer.
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Scott Hanselman: „What's this? Oh YES. It's intellisense and tooltips, baby! I can't say how much faster this tool made me once I had figured out LogParser. It's funny how you have to suffer at the command line before you can really appreciate a good GUI.“- Analyze your Web Server Data and be empowered with LogParser and Log Parser Lizard GUI
"LogParser is good, we know, but LogParserLizard is great." - Scott Hanselman's 2011 Ultimate Developer and Power Users Tool List for Windows
Scott Hanselman is a former professor, former Chief Architect in finance, now speaker, consultant and works for Microsoft as a Principal Program Manager, aiming to spread good information about developing software. Thay say Scott Hanselman is the Chuck Norris of .NET.
Russ McRee: "You’re probably familiar with Log Parser, but I’ll bet you didn’t there was a great GUI-based tool with which to leverage its raw power with ease. Log Parser Lizard is one of those indispensable tools that treads lightly on your system but offers a huge bang for the buck." - toolsmith: Log Parser Lizard
Russ McRee works for Microsoft's Online Services Security & Compliance team. He writes toolsmith, a monthly column in ISSA Journal. Russ has spoken infosec events such Defcon, Black Hat, RSA,and FIRST and has published in the likes of Information Security, Linux Magazine, (IN)SECURE, and SysAdmin. As an advocate of a holistic approach to information security, Russ' website is holisticinfosec.org. He also serves as a volunteer handler for the SANS Internet Storm Center.
Chad Tilbury: "Log Parser's command-line isn't particularly onerous, but when staring at logs all day, I'm not afraid to admit that I prefer a GUI. There are several free options available, but I find Log Parser Lizard to be head and shoulders above the competition." - Computer Forensics How-To: Microsoft Log Parser
Posted by Chad Tilbury. SANS is the most trusted and by far the largest source for information security training and certification in the world. It also develops, maintains, and makes available at no cost, the largest collection of research documents about various aspects of information security.
Dominic Batstone: "Microsoft released a command line tool way back in the mid 00's called Log Parser that used SQL style syntax to query text based log files. Log Parser Lizard takes this a step further by adding a really simple GUI. It's very cheap too. " - Lizarding About With Log Parser Lizard (Part 1) and Log Lizard Part 2 - Hints
Long-time developer, tinkerer and techie interested in lots of things. Security, business processes, efficiency, learning, team work and security (worth a double mention).
Doug Rathbone: "For extremely large files I prefer to use the command line client for speed, but using the GUI to build your queries makes like just so easy – all of a sudden your information overload becomes a high signal/noise ratio sweet symphony that can help you either get a better feel for how your site is being used, or in the worst case scenario help you track down an evil doer and how they got in." - Up Log Creek Without a Paddle
Doug has been building software commercially for over 12 years and writes a popular blog about Life, Code and Beating level 99 to brag to your mates... Diary of a Ninja.
"I must say that Log Parser Lizard has made my job truly simple not only helping me building specific or high level queries, but also reducing the effort to write it again and again and exporting it whenever required." - Log Parser Lizard
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Scott Forsyth: "Log parser is a tool that no web administrator should be without." - Scott Forsyth's Blog
Scott is co-founder and Chief Systems Engineer of Vaasnet and also Senior Systems Engineer at OrcsWeb, a premier hosting company in the .NET space.
Todd O. Klindt: "I know how much managers and bosses love pretty charts and graphs." - Todd Klindt's SharePoint Admin Blog: Using Log Parser with SharePoint
Todd has been a professional computer nerd for over 15 years, specializing in SharePoint for the last eight years. He is currently working his dream job as a SharePoint consultant at Rackspace.
"Log Parser and Log Parser Lizard GUI combined give you a powerful tool set to extract data from several log formats." - The Client View: Log Parser Lizard GUI