GoogleApi.Admin.Reports_v1.Api.UserUsageReport (google_api_admin v0.26.0) View Source

API calls for all endpoints tagged UserUsageReport.

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Functions

Retrieves a report which is a collection of properties and statistics for a set of users with the account. For more information, see the User Usage Report guide. For more information about the user report's parameters, see the Users Usage parameters reference guides.

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reports_user_usage_report_get(connection, user_key, date, optional_params \\ [], opts \\ [])

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Specs

reports_user_usage_report_get(
  Tesla.Env.client(),
  String.t(),
  String.t(),
  keyword(),
  keyword()
) ::
  {:ok, GoogleApi.Admin.Reports_v1.Model.UsageReports.t()}
  | {:ok, Tesla.Env.t()}
  | {:error, any()}

Retrieves a report which is a collection of properties and statistics for a set of users with the account. For more information, see the User Usage Report guide. For more information about the user report's parameters, see the Users Usage parameters reference guides.

Parameters

  • connection (type: GoogleApi.Admin.Reports_v1.Connection.t) - Connection to server
  • user_key (type: String.t) - Represents the profile ID or the user email for which the data should be filtered. Can be all for all information, or userKey for a user's unique G Suite profile ID or their primary email address.
  • date (type: String.t) - Represents the date the usage occurred. The timestamp is in the ISO 8601 format, yyyy-mm-dd. We recommend you use your account's time zone for this.
  • optional_params (type: keyword()) - Optional parameters
    • :"$.xgafv" (type: String.t) - V1 error format.
    • :access_token (type: String.t) - OAuth access token.
    • :alt (type: String.t) - Data format for response.
    • :callback (type: String.t) - JSONP
    • :fields (type: String.t) - Selector specifying which fields to include in a partial response.
    • :key (type: String.t) - API key. Your API key identifies your project and provides you with API access, quota, and reports. Required unless you provide an OAuth 2.0 token.
    • :oauth_token (type: String.t) - OAuth 2.0 token for the current user.
    • :prettyPrint (type: boolean()) - Returns response with indentations and line breaks.
    • :quotaUser (type: String.t) - Available to use for quota purposes for server-side applications. Can be any arbitrary string assigned to a user, but should not exceed 40 characters.
    • :uploadType (type: String.t) - Legacy upload protocol for media (e.g. "media", "multipart").
    • :upload_protocol (type: String.t) - Upload protocol for media (e.g. "raw", "multipart").
    • :customerId (type: String.t) - The unique ID of the customer to retrieve data for.
    • :filters (type: String.t) - The filters query string is a comma-separated list of an application's event parameters where the parameter's value is manipulated by a relational operator. The filters query string includes the name of the application whose usage is returned in the report. The application values for the Users Usage Report include accounts, docs, and gmail. Filters are in the form [application name]:parameter name[parameter value],.... In this example, the <> 'not equal to' operator is URL-encoded in the request's query string (%3C%3E): GET https://www.googleapis.com/admin/reports/v1/usage/users/all/dates/2013-03-03 ?parameters=accounts:last_login_time &filters=accounts:last_login_time%3C%3E2010-10-28T10:26:35.000Z The relational operators include: - == - 'equal to'. - <> - 'not equal to'. It is URL-encoded (%3C%3E). - < - 'less than'. It is URL-encoded (%3C). - <= - 'less than or equal to'. It is URL-encoded (%3C=). - > - 'greater than'. It is URL-encoded (%3E). - >= - 'greater than or equal to'. It is URL-encoded (%3E=).
    • :groupIdFilter (type: String.t) - Comma separated group ids (obfuscated) on which user activities are filtered, i.e, the response will contain activities for only those users that are a part of at least one of the group ids mentioned here. Format: "id:abc123,id:xyz456"
    • :maxResults (type: integer()) - Determines how many activity records are shown on each response page. For example, if the request sets maxResults=1 and the report has two activities, the report has two pages. The response's nextPageToken property has the token to the second page. The maxResults query string is optional.
    • :orgUnitID (type: String.t) - ID of the organizational unit to report on. User activity will be shown only for users who belong to the specified organizational unit. Data before Dec 17, 2018 doesn't appear in the filtered results.
    • :pageToken (type: String.t) - Token to specify next page. A report with multiple pages has a nextPageToken property in the response. In your follow-on request getting the next page of the report, enter the nextPageToken value in the pageToken query string.
    • :parameters (type: String.t) - The parameters query string is a comma-separated list of event parameters that refine a report's results. The parameter is associated with a specific application. The application values for the Customers Usage report include accounts, app_maker, apps_scripts, calendar, classroom, cros, docs, gmail, gplus, device_management, meet, and sites. A parameters query string is in the CSV form of app_name1:param_name1, app_name2:param_name2. Note: The API doesn't accept multiple values of a parameter. If a particular parameter is supplied more than once in the API request, the API only accepts the last value of that request parameter. In addition, if an invalid request parameter is supplied in the API request, the API ignores that request parameter and returns the response corresponding to the remaining valid request parameters. An example of an invalid request parameter is one that does not belong to the application. If no parameters are requested, all parameters are returned.
  • opts (type: keyword()) - Call options

Returns

  • {:ok, %GoogleApi.Admin.Reports_v1.Model.UsageReports{}} on success
  • {:error, info} on failure