Your web server creates event logs which will enable you to view this type of information. If it's your own server or companies server you can open it as a file system object. If someone else hosts your site for you they will usually be able to give you this information or may even have an event viewer to allow you to view these statistics.
I'm not sure if what you're asking is "How do I use the FileSystemObject" or "How do I use the FileSystemObject to view the log". If it's the first one, use the VBScript link to the left and do some research on the FileSystemObject. If it's the latter, then you need to find where your log file is located (by default, I think it's under system32/logfiles/w3svc1 in the winnt folder). At the top of the log file, it should say what the different fields in the comma-delimited file represent. From ASP, use the FileSystemObject to open the file and parse through it.<BR><BR>The way I wrote my log utility, I used the Dictionary object to store each unique page as the key, then each time thereafter that it appears in the log file I just increment the key's value by 1.<BR><BR>HTH