Technical - display resolutions

View the display resolutions used by your visitors.

API Usage

This API produces a json array.

Parameters

One or more of the following parameters are required:

date Calculate the resolutions from the specified date entered as yyyy-MM-dd. Default is the current date.
unixTime Calculate the resolutions from the specified unix timestamp. Default is the current unix timestamp.
period Specify the period:

  • d for days, eg: period=14d will show 14rows with daily trends, period=d defaults to 1 day
  • w for weeks, eg: period=12w will show 12 rows with weekly trends, period=w defaults to 1 week
  • m for months, eg: period=4m will show 4 rows with monthly trends, period=m defaults to 1 month

detailLevel The detail level, either the resolutions above or below a certain level, or all resolutions. [low]|high.
limit The number of rows to show. Default is [100].
timeZone Calculate the resolutions for the specified timezone. Default is the site's defined timezone.

Optional parameters:

login Your opentracker login email. Default is [demo@opentracker.net].
password Your password.
ticketId A ticketId can be used to provide credentials with an expiring token. A ticketId can be used instead of a login/ password combination. Further information can be found here.
segment This is the property field based on which you want to segment the data. By default there are no segments. You can find more information here.
filter You can choose to see no segments [none] (default), see all segments showAllSorts, or by specifying the name of the segment.
site The site for which dateString display data. Default is [www.opentracker.net].
locale The locale parameter is an identifier for a particular combination of language and region (e.g. en_US) and determines the format of the data returned. A list of locales can be found here.
ignoreLocale Display columns without language translation [false]|true.
dataType The dataType parameter determines the format of the data returned. Values can be [ json ] | html | jsondatatable | jsonjqgrid

Examples

Display a resolutions list for the website www.opentracker.net for the user "demo@opentracker.net" with password "demo123":
HTTP GET/ POST: /api/technical/display_resolutions.jsp?period=1d&login=demo@opentracker.net&password=demo123&site=www.opentracker.de
Display a resolutions list for the website www.opentracker.net from 2010-03-03 and three days back display in html:
HTTP GET/ POST: /api/technical/display_resolutions.jsp?date=2010-3-3&login=demo@opentracker.net&password=demo123&site=www.opentracker.net&period=3d&dataType=html
Display a resolutions list for the website www.opentracker.net for 2010-4-27:
HTTP GET/ POST: /api/technical/display_resolutions.jsp?date=2010-4-27

Response

This last example returns a json array with 'n' entries starting from the specified offset formatted as:

{ "resultsList": [
{
"error":"no-data"}
]
}

Errors

If errors are encountered, the first encountered error will be returned of form "Error: exception: message

Error: java.lang.RuntimeException: Login/ site combination is not valid

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