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I want to connect with Apples AppStore and extract sales data.
Apple provide a Class for connection, called Autoingestion.
This Class accepts: <username> <password> <vendorid> <report_type> <date_type>
And it outputs a CVS in gzip.
The job I'm aiming for is simply: sending today's date and call the class, which results in the report to be downloaded.
My guess is that I could call this class from within a tJava-component.
1) Is that correct?
2) How do I "install" the class in my ToS 4.2.3?
3) How do I get row's in?
Any and all help is appreciated.
I think this is something a lot of people are interested in doing.
Don't have the time to dive into that right now.
Any tips on where to start reading up on that (when the time is right)??
I guess I'll set up a Bash Script and Cron to trigger the file fetching
and then a talend job that reads up the files from disc.
Here is a tutorial written by Saburo about developing custom component.
http://www.powerupbi.com/talend/compone … ion_1.html
Besides, could you send me an email and attach this export job in this topic?
I saw your post on using the iTunes Autoingestion class and was wondering if I could get it to work. I couldn't find out where I could get an iTunes Connect user ID however, because my Apple ID seems to be invalid to connect to iTunes Connect.
Do you know what I should do to get a valid Apple ID for this service? Because if I have one, I might be able to build a Talend job that gets the info.
I think you need to register as a Developer.
More on the actual data extraction you can find in http://www.apple.com/itunesnews/docs/Ap … ctions.pdf
Yeah, I'd think so too, but that'll cost me 99 dollars just to try and see if I could get that Talend job to work. I'll miss out on that one I think