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Want to filter all pages that will give 404 server response status .

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I am using google client api ( PHP ) and developing an wordpress plugin for my own use .

 

I want to achieve some thing like

$filter = 'gaSmiley TongueageViews<=10;ga:serverResponseStatus!=404';

 

and then want to retrieve result as below.

return $analytics->data_ga->get(
'ga:' . $profileId,
$start_date,
$end_date,
'gaSmiley Tongueageviews,ga:uniquePageviews,ga:avgTimeOnPage,ga:bounceRate,ga:exitRate',

array('dimensions' => 'gaSmiley TongueagePath', 'sort' => $order, 'filters' => $filter,'start-index' => 1 + ($page-1)*$max_results, 'max-results' => $max_results ) );

 

I have also asked in satckoverflow but could not get any answer that I can use .

 

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/34546908/how-to-get-server-response-status-for-posts-in-google-an...

 

Regards,

Prafulla

Re: Want to filter all pages that will give 404 server response status

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There is no such dimension as "serverResponseStatus".
I guess your 404 error page has a specific title so you can use page title (gaSmiley TongueageTitle) dimension to filter out the results.
You can use Query Explorer to make some tests:
https://ga-dev-tools.appspot.com/query-explorer/

Re: Want to filter all pages that will give 404 server response status

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I know there is no such default dimension , Is it possible to make such custom dimension , using page title is not efficient idea, as there are some links that has page title which are now in draft or deleted .