إرسال طلب تبديل

الآن وبعد أن اطلعنا على كيفية إنشاء عمليات التبديل للعناصر الفردية المطلوبة لإنشاء حملة ذكية جديدة، يمكننا دمجها في طلب واحد يعمل على إنشائها جميعًا مرة واحدة.

مزايا استخدام طلب التبديل الواحد هي:

  • تقليل مستوى التعقيد لأن هذه الكيانات لا تتم مشاركتها وتعتمد بشكل كبير على بعضها البعض.
  • منع الكيانات المعزولة من الوجود في حال تعذّر إتمام إحدى العمليات لأي سبب.

لاحظ أنه عند استخدام أسماء موارد مؤقتة لإنشاء كيانات في طلب واحد مثل هذا، فمن المهم ترتيب العمليات بحيث يتم إنشاء الكيانات ذات التبعية أولاً.

لغة Java

/**
 * Sends a mutate request with a group of mutate operations.
 *
 * <p>The {@link GoogleAdsServiceClient} allows batching together a list of operations. These are
 * executed sequentially, and later operations my refer to previous operations via temporary IDs.
 * For more detail on this, please refer to
 * https://developers.google.com/google-ads/api/docs/batch-processing/temporary-ids.
 */
private void sendMutateRequest(
    GoogleAdsClient googleAdsClient, long customerId, List<MutateOperation> operations) {
  try (GoogleAdsServiceClient client =
      googleAdsClient.getLatestVersion().createGoogleAdsServiceClient()) {
    MutateGoogleAdsResponse outerResponse = client.mutate(String.valueOf(customerId), operations);
    for (MutateOperationResponse innerResponse :
        outerResponse.getMutateOperationResponsesList()) {
      OneofDescriptor oneofDescriptor =
          innerResponse.getDescriptorForType().getOneofs().stream()
              .filter(o -> o.getName().equals("response"))
              .findFirst()
              .get();
      Message createdEntity =
          (Message)
              innerResponse.getField(innerResponse.getOneofFieldDescriptor(oneofDescriptor));
      String resourceName =
          (String)
              createdEntity.getField(
                  createdEntity.getDescriptorForType().findFieldByName("resource_name"));
      System.out.printf(
          "Created a(n) %s with resource name: '%s'.%n",
          createdEntity.getClass().getSimpleName(), resourceName);
    }
  }
}
      

C#‎

// The below methods create and return MutateOperations that we later provide to
// the GoogleAdsService.Mutate method in order to create the entities in a single
// request. Since the entities for a Smart campaign are closely tied to one-another
// it's considered a best practice to create them in a single Mutate request; the
// entities will either all complete successfully or fail entirely, leaving no
// orphaned entities. See:
// https://developers.google.com/google-ads/api/docs/mutating/overview
MutateOperation campaignBudgetOperation =
    CreateCampaignBudgetOperation(customerId, suggestedBudgetAmount);
MutateOperation smartCampaignOperation =
    CreateSmartCampaignOperation(customerId);
MutateOperation smartCampaignSettingOperation =
    CreateSmartCampaignSettingOperation(customerId, businessProfileLocation,
        businessName);
IEnumerable<MutateOperation> campaignCriterionOperations =
    CreateCampaignCriterionOperations(customerId, keywordThemeInfos,
        suggestionInfo);
MutateOperation adGroupOperation = CreateAdGroupOperation(customerId);
MutateOperation adGroupAdOperation = CreateAdGroupAdOperation(customerId,
    adSuggestions);

// Send the operations in a single mutate request.
MutateGoogleAdsRequest mutateGoogleAdsRequest = new MutateGoogleAdsRequest
{
    CustomerId = customerId.ToString()
};
// It's important to create these entities in this order because they depend on
// each other, for example the SmartCampaignSetting and ad group depend on the
// campaign, and the ad group ad depends on the ad group.
mutateGoogleAdsRequest.MutateOperations.Add(campaignBudgetOperation);
mutateGoogleAdsRequest.MutateOperations.Add(smartCampaignOperation);
mutateGoogleAdsRequest.MutateOperations.Add(smartCampaignSettingOperation);
mutateGoogleAdsRequest.MutateOperations.Add(campaignCriterionOperations);
mutateGoogleAdsRequest.MutateOperations.Add(adGroupOperation);
mutateGoogleAdsRequest.MutateOperations.Add(adGroupAdOperation);

MutateGoogleAdsResponse response =
    googleAdsServiceClient.Mutate(mutateGoogleAdsRequest);

PrintResponseDetails(response);
      

‫2,999

    // The below methods create and return MutateOperations that we later provide to the
    // GoogleAdsService.Mutate method in order to create the entities in a single request.
    // Since the entities for a Smart campaign are closely tied to one-another it's considered
    // a best practice to create them in a single Mutate request so they all complete
    // successfully or fail entirely, leaving no orphaned entities.
    // See: https://developers.google.com/google-ads/api/docs/mutating/overview.
    $campaignBudgetOperation = self::createCampaignBudgetOperation(
        $customerId,
        $suggestedBudgetAmount
    );
    $smartCampaignOperation = self::createSmartCampaignOperation($customerId);
    $smartCampaignSettingOperation = self::createSmartCampaignSettingOperation(
        $customerId,
        $businessProfileLocationResourceName,
        $businessName
    );
    $campaignCriterionOperations = self::createCampaignCriterionOperations(
        $customerId,
        $keywordThemeInfos,
        $suggestionInfo
    );
    $adGroupOperation = self::createAdGroupOperation($customerId);
    $adGroupAdOperation = self::createAdGroupAdOperation($customerId, $adSuggestions);

    // Issues a single mutate request to add the entities.
    $googleAdsServiceClient = $googleAdsClient->getGoogleAdsServiceClient();
    $response = $googleAdsServiceClient->mutate(
        $customerId,
        // It's important to create these entities in this order because they depend on
        // each other, for example the SmartCampaignSetting and ad group depend on the
        // campaign, and the ad group ad depends on the ad group.
        array_merge(
            [
                $campaignBudgetOperation,
                $smartCampaignOperation,
                $smartCampaignSettingOperation,
            ],
            $campaignCriterionOperations,
            [
                $adGroupOperation,
                $adGroupAdOperation
            ]
        )
    );

    self::printResponseDetails($response);
}
      

لغة Python

# The below methods create and return MutateOperations that we later
# provide to the GoogleAdsService.Mutate method in order to create the
# entities in a single request. Since the entities for a Smart campaign
# are closely tied to one-another it's considered a best practice to
# create them in a single Mutate request so they all complete successfully
# or fail entirely, leaving no orphaned entities. See:
# https://developers.google.com/google-ads/api/docs/mutating/overview
campaign_budget_operation = create_campaign_budget_operation(
    client, customer_id, suggested_budget_amount
)
smart_campaign_operation = create_smart_campaign_operation(
    client, customer_id
)
smart_campaign_setting_operation = create_smart_campaign_setting_operation(
    client, customer_id, business_profile_location, business_name
)
campaign_criterion_operations = create_campaign_criterion_operations(
    client, customer_id, keyword_theme_infos, suggestion_info
)
ad_group_operation = create_ad_group_operation(client, customer_id)
ad_group_ad_operation = create_ad_group_ad_operation(
    client, customer_id, ad_suggestions
)

googleads_service = client.get_service("GoogleAdsService")

# Send the operations into a single Mutate request.
response = googleads_service.mutate(
    customer_id=customer_id,
    mutate_operations=[
        # It's important to create these entities in this order because
        # they depend on each other, for example the SmartCampaignSetting
        # and ad group depend on the campaign, and the ad group ad depends
        # on the ad group.
        campaign_budget_operation,
        smart_campaign_operation,
        smart_campaign_setting_operation,
        # Expand the list of campaign criterion operations into the list of
        # other mutate operations
        *campaign_criterion_operations,
        ad_group_operation,
        ad_group_ad_operation,
    ],
)

print_response_details(response)
      

Ruby

# The below methods create and return MutateOperations that we later
# provide to the GoogleAdsService.Mutate method in order to create the
# entities in a single request. Since the entities for a Smart campaign
# are closely tied to one-another it's considered a best practice to
# create them in a single Mutate request so they all complete successfully
# or fail entirely, leaving no orphaned entities. See:
# https://developers.google.com/google-ads/api/docs/mutating/overview
mutate_operations = []

# It's important to create these operations in this order because
# they depend on each other, for example the SmartCampaignSetting
# and ad group depend on the campaign, and the ad group ad depends
# on the ad group.
mutate_operations << create_campaign_budget_operation(
  client,
  customer_id,
  suggested_budget_amount,
)

mutate_operations << create_smart_campaign_operation(
  client,
  customer_id,
)

mutate_operations << create_smart_campaign_setting_operation(
  client,
  customer_id,
  business_profile_location,
  business_name,
)

mutate_operations += create_campaign_criterion_operations(
  client,
  customer_id,
  keyword_theme_infos,
  suggestion_info,
)

mutate_operations << create_ad_group_operation(client, customer_id)

mutate_operations << create_ad_group_ad_operation(
  client,
  customer_id,
  ad_suggestions
)

# Sends the operations into a single Mutate request.
response = client.service.google_ads.mutate(
  customer_id: customer_id,
  mutate_operations: mutate_operations,
)

print_response_details(response)
      

Perl

# The below methods create and return MutateOperations that we later provide to the
# GoogleAdsService.Mutate method in order to create the entities in a single
# request. Since the entities for a Smart campaign are closely tied to one-another
# it's considered a best practice to create them in a single Mutate request; the
# entities will either all complete successfully or fail entirely, leaving no
# orphaned entities. See:
# https://developers.google.com/google-ads/api/docs/mutating/overview
my $campaign_budget_operation =
  _create_campaign_budget_operation($customer_id, $suggested_budget_amount);
my $smart_campaign_operation = _create_smart_campaign_operation($customer_id);
my $smart_campaign_setting_operation =
  _create_smart_campaign_setting_operation($customer_id,
  $business_profile_location, $business_name);
my $campaign_criterion_operations =
  _create_campaign_criterion_operations($customer_id, $keyword_theme_infos,
  $suggestion_info);
my $ad_group_operation = _create_ad_group_operation($customer_id);
my $ad_group_ad_operation =
  _create_ad_group_ad_operation($customer_id, $ad_suggestions);

# It's important to create these entities in this order because they depend on
# each other. For example, the SmartCampaignSetting and ad group depend on the
# campaign and the ad group ad depends on the ad group.
my $mutate_operations = [
  $campaign_budget_operation, $smart_campaign_operation,
  $smart_campaign_setting_operation,
  # Expand the list of campaign criterion operations into the list of
  # other mutate operations.
  @$campaign_criterion_operations,
  $ad_group_operation, $ad_group_ad_operation
];

# Send the operations in a single mutate request.
my $mutate_google_ads_response = $api_client->GoogleAdsService()->mutate({
  customerId       => $customer_id,
  mutateOperations => $mutate_operations
});

_print_response_details($mutate_google_ads_response);