1133Re: [yws-searchmarketing] Re: BasicReportService V7 in Java - Service_URL
- Jul 22 11:09 AMSorry, I can't help with language specific questions...all my experience
with Yahoo's EWS has been via Python.
My call looks like this:
login() # which sets the auth header
# and gets the server via LocationService
report_id = BasicReportService.addReportRequest(None,
'startDate':last_month.strftime('%Y-%m-01T00:00:00:00') + tz,
I hope that helps...some. :)
On Thursday 22 July 2010, muzu2468 elucidated thus:
> Thanks for the reply and trying to help.<joshua@...> wrote:
> As I could not find a sample report in java on Yahoo, I found and
> downloaded the program 'BasicReportServiceDemo.java' from Koders.com
> and am trying to make it work. I also have 'EWSConfigurator.java',
> 'EWSUtil.java', 'ServiceLocator.java' and 'ewsconfig.properties'. It
> all compiles cleanly on my PC (Eclipse) but get runtime erros.
> I downloaded the class library 'com.yahoo.sm.ws.client' which
> contains all the classes needed for 'BasicReportServicesDemo'. This
> library has classes such as 'BasicReportServiceServiceLocator',
> Do I have the right class library? Is it perhaps not V7? I don't
> really care which version as long as I can run a 'AdKeywordSummary'
> As I am a newbie using java for Web Services, any help would be
> tremendously appreciated.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Joshua J. Kugler"
> > On Wednesday 21 July 2010, muzu2468 elucidated thus:--
> > > Can anyone tell me what the endpoint url is for
> > > BasicReportService V7?
> > >
> > > Support tells me I have to use the ServiceLocator to find it? Is
> > > that correct? Isn't there a direct path?
> > >
> > > Whatever I tried so far comes back with a 503(Service
> > > Unavailable) error
> > Per the documentation, you must login via the ServiceLocator to
> > find the server to use for the rest of your calls.
> > The url:
> > http://developer.searchmarketing.yahoo.com/docs/V7/wsdl/V7LocationS
> > will get you the WSDL for the service locator. Then a call to
> > getMasterAccountLocation() with the proper credential headers will
> > get the URL prefix to use for the other calls.
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