Search Accounts by User in C#

 

The following example shows how to search for accounts that can be managed by the current authenticated user.

This example has been developed and run within the environment described in Getting Started Using C# with Bing Ads Services. To get started developing Bing Ads applications with a .NET language, install the SDK and either start with the provided examples or follow one of the application walkthroughs for a Web or Desktop application.

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This example depends on additional classes such as ExampleBase.cs that you can download from GitHub.

using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Linq;
using System.ServiceModel;
using System.Threading.Tasks;
using Microsoft.BingAds.V11.CustomerManagement;
using Microsoft.BingAds;


namespace BingAdsExamplesLibrary.V11
{
    /// <summary>
    /// This example demonstrates how to search for accounts that can be managed by the current authenticated user.
    /// </summary>
    public class SearchUserAccounts : ExampleBase
    {
        public override string Description
        {
            get { return "Search Accounts for Current User | Customer Management V11"; }
        }

        public async override Task RunAsync(AuthorizationData authorizationData)
        {
            try
            {
                CustomerService = new ServiceClient<ICustomerManagementService>(authorizationData);

                var getUserResponse = await GetUserAsync(null);
                var user = getUserResponse.User;

                // Search for the Bing Ads accounts that the user can access.

                var accounts = await SearchAccountsByUserIdAsync(user.Id);

                OutputStatusMessage("The user can access the following Bing Ads accounts: \n");
                foreach (var account in accounts)
                {
                    OutputAccount(account);

                    // Optionally you can find out which pilot features the customer is able to use. 
                    // Each account could belong to a different customer, so use the customer ID in each account.
                    var featurePilotFlags = (await GetCustomerPilotFeaturesAsync(account.ParentCustomerId)).FeaturePilotFlags;
                    OutputStatusMessage("Customer Pilot flags:");
                    OutputStatusMessage(string.Join("; ", featurePilotFlags.Select(flag => string.Format("{0}", flag))));

                    // Optionally you can update each account with a tracking template.

                    var accountFCM = new List<KeyValuePair<string, string>>();
                    accountFCM.Add(new KeyValuePair<string, string>(
                        "TrackingUrlTemplate",
                        "http://tracker.example.com/?season={_season}&promocode={_promocode}&u={lpurl}"));

                    account.ForwardCompatibilityMap = accountFCM;
                    await UpdateAccountAsync(account);
                    OutputStatusMessage(string.Format("Updated the account with a TrackingUrlTemplate: {0}\n",
                        accountFCM.ToArray().SingleOrDefault(keyValuePair => keyValuePair.Key == "TrackingUrlTemplate").Value));

                }
            }
            // Catch authentication exceptions
            catch (OAuthTokenRequestException ex)
            {
                OutputStatusMessage(string.Format("Couldn't get OAuth tokens. Error: {0}. Description: {1}", ex.Details.Error, ex.Details.Description));
            }
            // Catch Customer Management service exceptions
            catch (FaultException<Microsoft.BingAds.V11.CustomerManagement.AdApiFaultDetail> ex)
            {
                OutputStatusMessage(string.Join("; ", ex.Detail.Errors.Select(error => string.Format("{0}: {1}", error.Code, error.Message))));
            }
            catch (FaultException<Microsoft.BingAds.V11.CustomerManagement.ApiFault> ex)
            {
                OutputStatusMessage(string.Join("; ", ex.Detail.OperationErrors.Select(error => string.Format("{0}: {1}", error.Code, error.Message))));
            }
            catch (Exception ex)
            {
                OutputStatusMessage(ex.Message);
            }
        }

        private async Task<Account[]> SearchAccountsByUserIdAsync(long? userId)
        {
            var predicate = new Predicate
            {
                Field = "UserId",
                Operator = PredicateOperator.Equals,
                Value = userId.ToString()
            };

            var paging = new Paging
            {
                Index = 0,
                Size = 10
            };

            var request = new SearchAccountsRequest
            {
                Ordering = null,
                PageInfo = paging,
                Predicates = new[] { predicate }
            };

            return (await CustomerService.CallAsync((s, r) => s.SearchAccountsAsync(r), request)).Accounts.ToArray();
        }        
    }
}

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