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API Filters
This section describes how to include filters with your API queries. Examples usages are:
  • Returning all Ad Units with a name that contains "footer"
  • Returning all Line Items that started delivering after 2021/01/01
  • Returning all Line Items in a RUNNING or ENDED state

Example Queries

This introduces the filtering capabilities of the API with some concrete examples. A full description of all the available parameters is provided in the next section.
This makes use of the filterBy and filterByLike query parameters.
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https://api.adnuntius.com/api/v1/adunits?auth_token=TOKEN&filterBy=name&filterByLike=footer
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Return all Line Items that started delivering after 2021/01/01

This makes use of the where query parameter.
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https://api.adnuntius.com/api/v1/lineitems?auth_token=TOKEN&where=startedRunningDate>2021-01-01
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Conditions can be added to the where clause by using the ; separator character. So if we wanted to search for Line Items that started delivering between 2021-01-01 and 2021-06-01 we could use:
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https://api.adnuntius.com/api/v1/lineitems?auth_token=TOKEN&where=startedRunningDate>2021-01-01;startedRunningDate<2021-06-01
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Return all Line Items in a RUNNING or ENDED state

This also makes use of the where query parameter, and introduces the in operator.
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https://api.adnuntius.com/api/v1/lineitems?auth_token=TOKEN&where=executionState+in+RUNNING,ENDED
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Likewise, you can also use a not in operator:
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https://api.adnuntius.com/api/v1/lineitems?auth_token=TOKEN&where=executionState+not+in+RUNNING,ENDED
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Full Parameter Description

Flags

The following flags are supported:
Flag
Description
includeActive
include objects with an ACTIVE state
includeInactive
include objects with an INACTIVE state
includeHidden
include objects with a HIDDEN state
excludeInvalid
exclude objects with validation warnings
onlyMine
only return objects that were created by the current API user

Basic Filtering Parameters

Flag
Description
Example
filterBy
the field name of the object
filterBy=name
filterByValue
an exact match on the filtered field value. Requires filterBy
filterBy=name&filterByValue=Campaign
filterByLike
a match on any values in the filtered field that contain the supplied string. Requires filterBy
filterBy=name&filterByLike=Camp
filterByNotLike
a match on any values in the filtered field that do NOT contain the supplied string. Requires filterBy
filterBy=name&filterByNotLike=Camp
excludeIfMissing
a non-null filter
excludeIfMissing=tierId

Advanced where Clause

You can chain multiple conditions together into a where clause using the following syntax:
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where=CONDITION;CONDITION;CONDITION
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where each CONDITION can be one of the following:
Condition
Example
Equals
name=Adnuntius
Not Equals
name!=Adnuntius
Greater Than
startDate>2021-01-01
Greater Than Or Equal to
startDate>=2021-01-01
Less Than
startDate<2021-01-01
Less Than Or Equal to
startDate<=2021-01-01
Is In
objectState+in+ACTIVE,INACTIVE
Is Not In
objectState+not+in+ACTIVE,INACTIVE
Is Null
description+is+null
Is Not Null
description+is+not+null
The where filter matches when ALL of the CONDITIONs are met.

Advanced Timestamp where Clauses

The following interval expressions are supported:
  • X minutes later
  • X minutes ago
  • 1 hour later
  • 1 hour ago
  • X hours later
  • X hours ago
  • 1 day later
  • 1 day ago
  • 1 month later
  • 1 month ago
  • X months later
  • X months ago
  • 1 year later
  • 1 year ago
  • X years later
  • X years ago
Where X is an integer > 0. The singular minute, hour, day, month and year are for convenience only. You can for example specify 1 hours ago, which is the same as 1 hour ago.