ReportTypes

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A reportType resource identifies a specific report that a channel or content owner can retrieve.

Methods

The following table shows the methods that the API supports for report resources.

Methods
list Returns a list of report types that the channel or content owner can retrieve.

JSON resource representation

The JSON structure below shows the format of a reportType resource:

{
  "id": string,
  "name": string,
  "deprecateTime": timestamp,
  "systemManaged": boolean
}

Properties

The following table defines the properties that appear in this resource:

Properties
id string
The ID that YouTube uses to uniquely identify the report. The property value has a maximum length of 100 characters. The table below identifies the most recent version of each supported report type (max. 100 characters).

name string
The name of the report. The property value has a maximum length of 100 characters.
deprecateTime timestamp
The date and time that the report was or will be deprecated. If you have a job for a deprecated report type, YouTube generates new reports for that job for three months after the deprecation date has been announced.

For example, the deprecation announcement for the content_owner_basic_a1 report was on May 19, 2016. Thus, the deprecateTime field for that report type specifies a time on August 19, 2016, after which YouTube will stop generating reports of that type.
systemManaged boolean
This value is true if YouTube automatically generates the report for YouTube content owners without content owners needing to first call the jobs.create method to instruct YouTube to generate the report. In fact, the jobs.create method returns an error if the reportTypeId property identifies a system-managed report.