Home | Sign in | English UK
  • Overview
  • How to proceed?
  • Using the "Reports service" of Google AdWords
WindowsLinuxUniversal Windows 10 AppJavaReports and QueriesUser code (UMC)
WindowsLinuxPHPWEBDEV - Browser code
AndroidAndroid Widget iPhone/iPadApple WatchUniversal Windows 10 AppWindows Mobile
Stored procedures
From version 17, this feature is not available anymore. To use Google AdWords, see the corresponding Google API: https://developers.google.com/adwords/api/docs/guides/start
Google AdWords proposes the "Reports service". This service is used to manage statistical reports for the different Google AdWords elements (campaign, ad, ad group, &hellip).
This help page explains how to use this service with the WLanguage functions.
Reminder: To handle the Google AdWords service by programming, you must necessarily use the Google AdWords APIs. These APIs have a cost associated to them. GglAdWGetMethodCost is used to estimate the cost of each function.
Warning: Before using a feature linked to Google services, we strongly recommend that you check the license for using this service. Some restrictions may apply. The content of the licenses may change over time.
PC SOFT is in no case responsible for the way the native access functions are used. Make sure that you comply with the license of the service provider.
Caution: If you are using a proxy to access Internet, the proxy must be configured (Proxy) to use the Google functions.
How to proceed?

Using the "Reports service" of Google AdWords

To use the "Reports service" of Google AdWords:
  1. Create a gglAdWDefinedReportJob variable. This variable contains all the characteristics of the requested report.
  2. Validate the description of your report with GglAdWValidateReportJob. This validation is used to find out whether the different characteristics of your report are correct.
    Remark: We advise you to check a report before running it, the cost of the check being less important that the cost of the execution failure.
  3. Start the report execution with GglAdWScheduleReportJob. This function returns the identifier of the report.
  4. Check (if necessary) the status of report print with GglAdWGetReportJobStatus.
  5. The report can be downloaded when the print is over. The following functions are used to find out the URL address for download:
Remark: 15 generated reports are stored by Google AdWords. When the 16th report is generated the oldest report is automatically deleted. A report can be deleted by GglAdWDeleteReport.
Minimum version required
  • Version 14
This page is also available for…
Click [Add] to post a comment