Updating Traffic Usage Statistics
If the traffic usage is calculated on a site by statistics facilities of the Panel, this data is added to the system automatically. If this data is gathered using some external statistics means, the set_traffic operation can help manually update these data.
Request Packet Structure
A request XML packet that sets traffic data for a certain site should include the set_traffic operation node:
<packet> <webspace> <set_traffic> ... </set_traffic> </webspace> </packet>
The set_traffic node does not have a separate type, it is nested within the complex type (
site.xsd). The set_traffic node has the following graphics representation:
It identifies a site whose traffic settings are set. Data type: integer.
It specifies the date for which the traffic data is set. Data type: date. Format: YYYY-MM-DD.
It specifies the incoming traffic (in bytes) got via SMTP protocol. Data type: integer.
It is used to show the outgoing SMTP traffic (in bytes). Data type: integer.
It specifies the incoming traffic (in bytes) got via POP3 and IMAP protocols. Data type: integer.
It is used to show the outgoing POP3/IMAP traffic (in bytes). Data type: integer.
Important: When creating request packets, put nodes and elements in the order they follow in the packet structure.
Response Packet Structure
The set_traffic node of the response packet is structured as follows:
It wraps the result of the requested operation. It can be missing if some error occurs before the validation starts. Data type: resultType (
It returns the execution status of the operation. Data type: string. Allowed values: ok | error.
Is used to return an error code when the operation fails. Data type: unsignedInt.
Can be used to return an error message if the operation fails. Data type: string.
Returns the identifier of the site whose traffic is set. It is missing if the request packet fails before the validation on the server side. Data type: integer.
To set traffic information for the specified site, use the following packet:
<packet version="220.127.116.11"> <site> <set_traffic> <dom_id>1134</dom_id> <date>2005-12-12</date> <smtp_in>514237124628</smtp_in> <smtp_out>6153462547</smtp_out> <pop3_imap_in>49769379</pop3_imap_in> <pop3_imap_out>7236487263</pop3_imap_out> </set_traffic> </site> </packet>
<packet version="18.104.22.168"> <site> <set_traffic> <result> <status>ok</status> <id>19</id> </result> </set_traffic> </site> </packet>