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"Dig Deeper into My Reports" style report via API

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"Dig Deeper into My Reports" style report via API

I am looking for a "Dig Deeper into My Reports" style report via the API (Python-sdk).  In particular, at a campaign level I'm looking for a tabular data structure where each row is an email address and the columns record opened time, clicked, bounced, unsub'd, etc.  Preferably the report would be a .csv.  Is this possible?

 

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Re: "Dig Deeper into My Reports" style report via API

Hello @PaulH035,

 

Thank you for reaching out to Constant Contact's API Support.

 

Our API can provide the reporting data; however the data would be provided in a JSON response and not in a csv file. You would need to take the data and add it to a csv file on your end. Currently all of the reporting endpoints are available with our v2 API and our v3 API will have the reporting endpoints released over a few releases still.


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Jimmy D.
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Re: "Dig Deeper into My Reports" style report via API

Thank you, Jimmy_D.  Fantastic!  I can deal with a JSON.  How would I get this report via Python-sdk?  I've spent hours trying to figure it out, to no avail.

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Re: "Dig Deeper into My Reports" style report via API

@Jimmy_D,

Thank you for stating that it is possible.  Unfortunately, I have been unable to confirm this with Python-sdk.  My API skills are minimal (data pulls, API-based or otherwise, aren't my normal gig, but I have to fill this need ASAP).  

 

Do you actually know how to do it with Python-sdk?  If not, do you know any other Python-based ways to do it?  Python is really the only thing I'm familiar with, but I'll try other methods if I can find clear instructions.

 

Thank you.