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Advantages of migrating from API 1.4 to AA 2.0

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Hello guys,

 

I am thinking of migrating API 1.4 to AA 2.0. Can you help to see the list of benefits?

Thanks

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Hi @Luca_Lattarini 

Rightly highlighted by @Ishan_Sinha_  and 

here is the link which get you started on migration from 1.4 to 2.0, how API works and various use cases abut API. 

Getting Started https://developer.adobe.com/analytics-apis/docs/2.0/guides/ 

https://developer.adobe.com/analytics-apis/docs/2.0/guides/migration/#how-20-apis-work 

 

Hope this helps. 

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@Luca_Lattarini Following are the benefits of API 2.0:

  • Faster response times with simpler and more efficient query methods, eliminating the need for polling
  • Programmatic capability for queries and dynamic report updates
  • More graceful error handling
  • Flexible functioning to do to anything you can do in Analysis Workspace
  • Consistency and matching of API calls to UI actions
  • Access to all Attribution IQ models used in Analysis Workspace
  • Access to all Anomaly Detection algorithms used in Analysis Workspace
  • Ability to integrate with other Experience Cloud products
  • Increased capacity for multiple breakdown reports
  • Newest Analytics features availability

However, there are some limitations in terms of supported features. Like following are currently not available via API 2.0:

  • Classifications
  • Data Warehouse
  • Data Sources
  • Data Feeds
  • Data Insertion
  • Real-time data

Still, API 2.0 would be the best bet given that it aligns with Analysis Workspace reports in the UI.

Hope this helps!

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Community Advisor

Hi @Luca_Lattarini 

Rightly highlighted by @Ishan_Sinha_  and 

here is the link which get you started on migration from 1.4 to 2.0, how API works and various use cases abut API. 

Getting Started https://developer.adobe.com/analytics-apis/docs/2.0/guides/ 

https://developer.adobe.com/analytics-apis/docs/2.0/guides/migration/#how-20-apis-work 

 

Hope this helps.