Reporting export file

Creating the URL

To create a URL for a reporting export file, you first need to decide what type of report you would like to create. For every different type, you will have to add a different report name to your reporting URL. The system supports the following types of reports:

Report type

Report name

Report type

Report name

per day

adm-statsdate

per advertiser

adm-statsmerchant

per product category

adm-statsprodukt

per partner

adm-statsaffiliate

per ad space

adm-statsadspace

per sub ID

adm-statssubid

per referrer

adm-statsreferrer

per ad media

adm-statswm

Suppose you want to create a reporting export file for report by day. In that case, your URL should look like this:

1 https://export.net.[domain]/[your_API_key]/adm-statsdate_[userID].[file_extension]?

Once you have filled in your domain, your API key, your user ID and the relevant file extension and you have applied your filters, your URL should look more or less like this:

1 https://export.net.yourdomain.com/f0d58188-5420-4856-84b2-0417a3a85225/adm-statsdate_123.csv?filter[currencycode]=EUR

By default your system-generated default API key is used in the export links.

Available filters

No matter what type of report you create, following filters can be applied to your reporting export file:

Filter description

Filter name

Compulsory

Format

Filter description

Filter name

Compulsory

Format

This filter defines whether the time range you select relates to the moment on which conversions were updated or tracked.

timetype

No. If the filter is not used, the time range will relate to moment on which conversions were tracked.

Either use ‘tracking’ or ‘updated’.

This filter allows you to define whether the time frame for which you want a report on your conversions or basket positions is absolute (exact dates) or dynamic (for example: last ten days, last month, etc).

timerange_type

Yes

Either use ‘absolute’ or use ‘dynamic’.

If you are using a dynamic time range, you need to specify it here.

timerange

Only if you select a dynamic time frame.

Please read the article: 'Dynamic time range options'

If you are using an absolute time range, you need to define a date on which the range starts.

from_date

Only if you select an absolute time frame.

dd.mm.yyyy

If you are using an absolute time range, you need to define a date on which the range ends.

to_date

Only if you select an absolute time frame.

dd.mm.yyyy

To limit the output to conversions with a specific status, use this filter.

a:status

No

0 for open, 1 for approved, 2 for rejected and 3 for confirmed. You can use multiple values.

This filter allows you to limit the conversions or basket positions you export to a specific currency.

currencycode

No

Use the ISO currency codes.

This filter allows you to limit the conversions or basket positions you export by a specific advertiser program.

a:advertiser_program_id

No, but highly recommended

Use the MID you find on the overview page of all the advertisers on your platform.

This filter allows you to limit the conversions or basket positions you export by a specific partner.

a:affiliate

No

Use the UID you find on the overview page of the partners on your plaform.