dfp_getTrafficAdjustmentsByStatement

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AdjustmentService

Provides methods for creating, updating and retrieving Adjustment objects.

Usage
dfp_getTrafficAdjustmentsByStatement(request_data, as_df = TRUE,
  verbose = FALSE)
Arguments
request_data

a list or data.frame of data elements to be formatted for a SOAP request (XML format, but passed as character string)

as_df

a boolean indicating whether to attempt to parse the result into a data.frame

verbose

a boolean indicating whether to print the service URL and POSTed XML

Details

Adjustments are used to adjust a particular ad unit for forecasting. For, example you might have a manual adjustment for an inventory unit that will be seeing a spike for a movie premiere coming up. Or you may have a historical adjustment to tell forecasting that you have a seasonal trend coming up and you want Christmas this year to look like Christmas last year plus five percent.

getTrafficAdjustmentsByStatement

Returns a TrafficForecastAdjustmentPage of all TrafficForecastAdjustments that satisfy the given Statement query. The following fields are supported for filtering:

  • id

  • lastModifiedDateTime

Value

a data.frame or list containing all the elements of a getTrafficAdjustmentsByStatementResponse

See Also

Google Documentation for getTrafficAdjustmentsByStatement

Aliases
  • dfp_getTrafficAdjustmentsByStatement
Examples
# NOT RUN {
 dat <- list(filterStatement=list('query'="WHERE status='ACTIVE'")) 
 res <- dfp_getTrafficAdjustmentsByStatement(dat)
# }
Documentation reproduced from package rdfp, version 0.1.4, License: MIT + file LICENSE

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