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Adobe Analytics API 1.4 CalculatedMetrics.Get for whole company

Agustin_Suarez
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Level 2

Hi,

I am trying to audit who (users) uses what (props, evars, events, etc.) in my company, to keep like an audit and notify them when we make changes to specific config in the tool.

The problem with the CalculatedMetrics API and the Get Method seems to be, that I only get information of the user associated with the Client and Secret Tokens.

Do you know a way to make that possible?

Thanks,

Agustin

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ursboller
Correct answer by
Community Advisor
Community Advisor

you need to define the accessLevel in your API get call like this:

"accessLevel":"all"

This way you will receive all calc. metrics the user has access to. If your user credentials belong to an admin, you would get all calc. metrics for the company.

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ursboller
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Community Advisor
Community Advisor

you need to define the accessLevel in your API get call like this:

"accessLevel":"all"

This way you will receive all calc. metrics the user has access to. If your user credentials belong to an admin, you would get all calc. metrics for the company.

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Gigazelle
Employee
Employee

Hi Agustin, were you able to get the API request working?

Agustin_Suarez
Level 2
Level 2

Hi urs.boller,

thankyou very much for your support! It did the magic.

Gigazelle​, do you know if there is a more complete documentation of the Analytics API 1.4. In Swagger and GitHub the docu for specific API methods seem to be really poor. If I do not remember wrongly, previously there were a very good docu in the adobe.com itself.

Thanks for your support,

Agustin

ursboller
Community Advisor
Community Advisor

there is no other documentation as far as i know (and I confirm that it is really poor).

but since the new API 2.0 is public, I wouldn't expect any improvements for the old API. better change to the new one ...

Gigazelle
Employee
Employee

Yeah, the best we have is located here: GitHub - AdobeDocs/analytics-1.4-apis: Documentation and helpful resources for calling the Analytics...

I echo Urs's recommendation to explore using the v2 APIs, as those will be Adobe's focus for the future.