This page describes the data fields of a target group and how to de-/serialize a target group as XML.
This section describes the attributes of a targetgroup.
|id||long||The ID of the targetgroup|
|name||String||The (display) name of the targetgroup|
|author||String||The email adress of the author of the targetgroup|
|state||String||The state of the targetgroup, can be one of: ‚outofdate‘,’updating‘,’uptodate‘|
|type||String||The type of the targetgroup, can be one of:|
|contact_filter_name||String||The name of the contactfilter that is used by the targetgroup.|
|contact_filter_id||String||long||The ID of the contactfilter that is used by the targetgroup.|
|evaluated||String||The date when the targetgroup was last evaluated (updating the contact counts) in standard SQL format:/ yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss|
|created||String||The date when the targetgroup was created in standard SQL format:/ yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss|
|updated||String||The last date when the targetgroup was updated in standard SQL format:/ yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss|
|count_active_contacts||int||The number of active contacts (contacts that Maileon is allowed to send emails to) that match the targetgroup|
|count_contacts||int||The number of contacts that match the targetgroup|
This is an example of an XML representation of a targetgroup:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <targetgroup> <id>12</id> <name>MySampleTargetGroup</name> <author>firstname.lastname@example.org</author> <state>uptodate</state> <type>regular</type> <contact_filter_name>MySampleFilter</contact_filter_name> <contact_filter_id>1</contact_filter_id> <evaluated>2015-03-18 08:26:04</evaluated> <created>2014-06-27 09:15:18</created> <updated>2014-06-27 09:15:18</updated> <count_active_contacts>1</count_active_contacts> <count_contacts>12</count_contacts> </targetgroup>