4. Partner Reports Tutorial
In the first tutorial of the series,, you learned how to create On Demand scripts, which are necessary to create Partner reports. Then in the second tutorial of this series, , you learned how to package all of the scripts and variables in the Integration Wizard that Genesis Customers use during integration.
The third tutorial of this series,, shows Customers how to activate an integration that requests data from a Genesis product and sends it, using SiteCatalyst, to the Adobe Marketing Cloud collection servers.
Once a product integration is activated by a Genesis Customer, then you, the Partner, can generate a report on the integrated data using the On Demand scripts and the Genesis Partner API. You will learn how to generate a report in this fourth tutorial of the series.
Prerequisite knowledge, system permissions and environment setup
This article is for PHP, Java or C# developers with web and XML experience who have completed the first three tutorials in this series, listed in the table above.
Download code files for this tutorial
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An overview of reporting using the Partner API
Genesis Partners do not have access to a user interface that allows you to run reports. You must create reports programmatically using the Genesis Partner API. Before you can run reports that integrate Genesis Customer data, the Customer must first integrate with your product, which requires that they run the Integration Wizard. This, of course, means that you, as the Partner, must have created the Integration Wizard with its associated scripts and variable assignments. To create reports, you will write custom code against the Partner API to execute the On Demand scripts that you created for the Integration Wizard.