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I would like to create a console c# application to retrieve the Tracking Click activity to our local database. I checked the FuelSDK link : https://code.exacttarget.com/apis-sdks/fuel-sdks/tracking/click-tracking.html .Where i see i can get URL and URLID and i suppose i get as in picture attached (img1.jpg) only id and links. But i would need to have click rates and link url of all the links in a particular email sends (e.g. img2.jpg and img3.jpg). We can find that info in the exacttarget site (img2.jpg and img3.jpg) though.

Briefly: i would like to get click activity tracking info Total,Unique,NetCTRs as in image 3(img2.jpg) or as in image3 (img3.jpg)

Image1:

Image1

Image2:

Image2

Image3:

Image3

Is it doable? Some one has done similar or any experience?

Any pointers are appreciated.

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The object you are looking for is: LinkSend

You can filter this object by the SendID property (same thing as Job ID) to receive a list of all of the links for a send with a count of total clicks and unique clients.

Complete list of retrievable properties:

•ID
•SendID
•PartnerKey
•Client.ID
•Client.PartnerClientKey
•Link.ID
•Link.PartnerKey
•Link.TotalClicks
•Link.UniqueClicks
•Link.URL
•Link.Alias

The C# SDK does not have support for this object, but it can be accessed by going directly against SOAP.

edit: I updated the SDK to add LinkSend, example at: https://github.com/salesforce-marketingcloud/FuelSDK-CSharp/blob/Dot9/objsamples/Sample_LinkSend.cs

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  • Thank you. I suppose this is it. I will work on this next week for my project.
    – Jack85
    Mar 1, 2016 at 8:41
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I don't believe you can retrieve the aggregate click activity via API. (Updated per Mac's answer)

What we've done in the past is to create a set of Query Activities that aggregate this data in a Data Extension. Once that's done, you can retrieve the data via API.

You can retrieve some aggregate data from the Send object, but it's not click-level detail.

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