This type specifies the updated name, and start and end dates for an update-campaign request.
Types that use UpdateCampaignIdentificationRequest
Not used by any types.
Call that uses UpdateCampaignIdentificationRequest
If you don't want to change the name of the campaign, specify the current campaign name in this field.
You can use any alphanumeric characters in the name, except the less than (<) or greater than (>) characters.Max length: 80 characters.
yyyy-MM-ddThh:mm:ssZ). If this field is omitted, the campaign will have no defined end date, and will not end until the seller makes a decision to end the campaign with an endCampaign call, or if they update the campaign at a later time with an end date.
If you want to change only the end date of the campaign, you must specify the current campaign name, set the endDate as desired, and set the startDate to the actual start date of the campaign. This applies if the campaign status is
PAUSED. You can retrieve the startDate using the getCampaign method.
Note that if you do not set a new end date in this call, any current endDate value will be set to null. To preserve the currently-set end date, you must specify the value again in your request.
If the campaign status is
PAUSED, the startDate must be specified and must be the actual start date of the campaign, even if you are only changing the endDate. You can retrieve the campaign's startDate using the getCampaign method.
On the date specified, the service derives the keywords for each listing in the campaign, creates an ad for each listing, and associates each new ad with the campaign. The campaign starts after this process is completed. The amount of time it takes the service to start the campaign depends on the number of listings in the campaign.
Call getCampaigns to retrieve the campaign_id and the campaign status (
ENDED, and so on) for all the seller's campaigns.