Arguments Used by the Mobile Application Library

Names, descriptions and string length limits for all arguments used by the Mobile Application Library.

Each event method contains code to validate arguments that are passed in. The validation code checks the string content against the formal requirements for each argument type, as well as validating the string length. When a validation check fails, an IllegalWebtrendsParameterValueException is generated.

All the arguments described in this topic can contain alphanumeric characters (letters, numbers, punctuation marks, mathematical and other conventional symbols). If you set a Webtrends query parameter using the customData argument, Webtrends also validates against the parameter's format requirements.

Note: Character limits for strings are as follows:
  • Values passed (including content descriptions, path, content group names or any custom data): 512
  • Custom data name: 64
  • Total request length: 4096
Specifies an activity name associated with the end of user activity.
Specifies the name of a single advertisement.
Specifies the names of any advertisements that were viewed. You can specify multiple ad names by populating multiple array elements. For one ad name, populate only the first array element.
Specifies an application name associated with application startup, application termination, application foreground, application background, or application error.
contentGroup (optional)
Specifies a group of related application views.
Specifies the name used to identify a customer conversion.
Specifies a series of custom name-value parameters used to pass data that is not included in the method.
Specifies the representation of an application view at the time of the event. For example, this parameter can specify the name of a screen.
Specifies the hierarchical representation of an application view at the time of the event. For example, this parameter can specify an application path.
Specifies the type of event that occurred, such as a view or click.
Specifies the name of the media content accessed during an event, for example the name of a video clip.
Specifies a type of media accessed during the event, such as QuickTime or mp3.
Specifies the type of media event that occurred, such as a view of media content.
message (optional)
Specifies an error message.
productId (optional)
Specifies a product identifier.
Specifies a unique product stock-keeping unit (SKU) number.
Specifies the search term submitted during an in-application search.
Specifies the results returned by an in-application search.