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Overview

You can use the account resource to retrieve a specific account or multiple accounts.

Resource URL

Depending on the API user that was created for you, use one of the following URLs:

  • https://api.sizmek.com/rest/accounts

  • https://adapi.sizmek.com/sas/accounts

Note

Note: Confirm with your Sizmek customer success manager regarding the correct URL to use.

Objects Used by This Resource

HTTP Method and URI List

HTTP METHOD

URI

DESCRIPTION

GET

/accounts/{id}

Retrieves an existing account.

GET

/accounts/

Retrieves all accounts. Returns accounts filtered by data ownership.

Method Examples and Request Parameters

Important

Important:

  • For PUT calls, do the following:

    • We recommend that for any PUT method that updates an object, you include the entire "result": object from the GET response in the request body. If there is missing information, even if it is read-only, the request might fail.

    • You must also change the "result": to "entities": and make the entities contents into an array. For example, here is the output from the GET request:

       { "result": { "type": "Advertiser", ... } }      

      You should make the following modifications, including your specific modifications, to the json object that you submit for the request.

       { "entities": [{ "type": "Advertiser", ... }] }   
      
  • For POST calls, do the following:

    • Include the fields marked as Required, as indicated in the corresponding Object article.

    • Format the JSON object as follows:

       { "entities": [{ "type": "Advertiser", ... }] }   

Get an Account (GET)

Retrieves an existing account. Can be filtered according to query parameters.

Request Parameters

NAME

DESCRIPTION

TYPE

REQUIRED

NOTES

ID

ID of advertiser to fetch.

Long

Required

Request Format

Depending on the API user that was created for you, use one of the following request formats:

  • GET https://api.sizmek.com/rest/accounts/{id}

  • GET https://adapi.sizmek.com/sas/accounts/{id}

Response Format

A successful request returns the HTTP 200 OK status code and a JSON response body that shows the specific account's details.

Get all Accounts (GET)

Retrieves multiple accounts. Can be filtered according to query parameters.

Request Query Parameters

NAME

DESCRIPTION

TYPE

REQUIRED

NOTES

from

Starting index by which to fetch new accounts (for paging purposes).

Long

Required

Getting multiple entities requires using from and max query parameters.

max

Maximum accounts to fetch each paging.

Long

Required

q

Filtering options for the request (see here ).

String

Optional

Example of query string: q={"1":{"ID":["1073746545","1083742600","1083742713"]}}

Note

Note: The date is according to the Unix epoch timestamp.

order

Sort order ASC or DESC, required if sort field name is specified (see here).

String

Optional

Note

Note: Required if a sort field name is specified.

By default, the API response is ascending.

sort

Sort by field name (see here ).

String

Optional

Request Format

Depending on the API user that was created for you, use one of the following request formats:

  • GET https://api.sizmek.com/rest/accounts?from=0&max=250

  • GET https://adapi.sizmek.com/sas/accounts?from=0&max=250

Response Format

A successful request returns the HTTP 200 OK status code and a JSON response body that shows the account details. The metadata object specifies the total number of accounts.

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