SharePoint 2007 provides canned site usage reports. I need to be able to dig in to the actual data. There are detailed activity logs for the SharePoint site. However, they are not in a user friendly format. The data is encoded or refers to system tables.
There are programs that allow an admin to view the actual log. These pull 'friendly' versions (ex: user names rather than a user key that ties to a system table). Micro$oft has apps that expose the friendly version of the logs. These (obviously) are insanely expensive and not an option for me.
Does anyone know of a free or low cost application that allows a site admin to view the SharePoint activity logs in a 'friendly' format?