Retrieve some or all funding instruments associated with the account specified.
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Only the AccountId filter is supported. This is a common required filter for all views related to analytics. If specified, it will override the value of the AccountId connection property. Otherwise, if no value is specified, the driver will try to get the first account from the list returned by the AdAccount view.
|Id [KEY]||String||The unique line item Id. Used to identify a specific line item.|
|AccountId||String||The identifier for the leveraged account.|
|CampaignId||String||The Id of the campaign to work with.|
|Name||String||A name assigned to the line item. If left blank, the name will default to Untitled.|
|TotalBudget||Long||An number representing the bid amount associated with this line item. The currency associated with the specified funding instrument will be used. For USD, $1.50 is encoded as 1.50*1e6, or 1,500,000.|
|BidType||String||The bidding mechanism.|
|AutomaticallySelectBid||Boolean||This boolean parameter, when set to true, will automatically optimize bidding based on daily budget and campaign flight dates.|
|ProductType||String||The type of promoted product that this line item will contain.|
|Placements||String||The comma-separated list of placement locations for this line item to display in.|
|Objective||String||The campaign objective for this line item.|
|EntityStatus||String||The status for this entity: ACTIVE, DRAFT, and PAUSED.|
|IncludeSentiment||String||Whether this line item is targeted to tweets with both positive or negative sentiment. A tweet is said to have positive or negative sentiment if the tone of the tweet is positive. This is only valid for the ProductType of PROMOTED_TWEETS and with either placements of ALL_ON_TWITTER or TWITTER_TIMELINES. Possible values: POSITIVE_ONLY (default) targets only tweets with positive sentiment; ALL targets all tweets, including those with negative sentiment.|
|TotalBudgetAmountLocalMicro||Long||An number representing the total budget amount to be allocated to the line item. The currency associated with the specified funding instrument and campaign will be used. For USD, $37.50 is encoded as 37.50*1e6, or 37,500,000.|
|StartTime||Datetime||The UTC time that the line item will begin serving. Must be more recent than the current time.|
|EndTime||Datetime||The UTC time that the line item will stop serving. If specified, must be more recent than the StartTime of the line item.|
|PrimaryWebEventTag||String||The identifier of the primary Web event tag. Allows more accurate tracking of engagements for the campaign pertaining to this line item.|
|Optimization||String||The optimization setting to use on this ad group (line item).|
|BidUnit||String||This field is returned for line items using the APP_INSTALLS objective. Defaults to bid unit based on objective.|
|ChargeBy||String||This field is returned for line items using the APP_INSTALLS objective. Defaults to charging by bid unit except for line items with bid unit APP_INSTALLS, where it defaults to charging by app clicks.|
|AdvertiserDomain||String||The website domain for this advertiser, without protocol specification. This field is available for line items using the Twitter Audience Platform (TAP).|
|Categories||String||The relevant IAB categories for this advertiser. This setting is available for line items using the Twitter Audience Platform (TAP).|
|TargetCPALocalMicro||Integer||An integer representing the target CPA amount to be allocated to the line item. The currency associated with the specified funding instrument and campaign will be used. For USD, $5.50 is encoded as 5.50*1e6, or 5,500,000.|
|CreatedAt||Datetime||The time when the campaign was created.|
|UpdatedAt||Datetime||The time of the last change of the properties of this campaign.|
Pseudo column fields are used in the WHERE clause of SELECT statements and offer a more granular control over the tuples that are returned from the data source.
|IncludeDeleted||String||Boolean used for including or not the deleted accounts.
The default value is false.