OBJECT

EmailOpen

A single open for a sent email.

link GraphQL Schema definition

  • type EmailOpen implements LoggableInterface {
  • # The ID of the entity.
  • id: Int64Bit!
  • # An ID that uniquely identifies this entity across the whole Sonar system.
  • sonar_unique_id: ID!
  • # The date and time this entity was created.
  • created_at: Datetime!
  • # The last date and time this entity was modified.
  • updated_at: Datetime!
  • # A string that shows the version of this entity. It will be incremented whenever
  • # the entity is modified.
  • _version: String!
  • # The ID of an email.
  • email_id: Int64Bit!
  • # The ID of a location associated with a record in EmailClick and EmailOpen.
  • email_location_id: Int64Bit
  • # The date and time of an event sent from Mandrill
  • event_datetime: Datetime!
  • # An IPv4/IPv6 address.
  • ip: IP!
  • # The user agent string of a user that opened or clicked on a sent email.
  • user_agent: String!
  • # An email.
  • #
  • # Arguments
  • # id: The ID of the entity.
  • # sonar_unique_id: An ID that uniquely identifies this entity
  • # across the whole Sonar system.
  • # created_at: The date and time this entity was created.
  • # updated_at: The last date and time this entity was modified.
  • # _version: A string that shows the version of this entity. It
  • # will be incremented whenever the entity is modified.
  • # body: The body.
  • # email_address: An email address.
  • # emailable_id: The ID of the entity that this email was sent to.
  • # emailable_type: The type of entity that this email was sent to.
  • # reject_reason: If rejected, the reason for rejection.
  • # status: The status.
  • # subject: The subject.
  • # to_name: The name of the recipient.
  • # paginator: Provides the ability to paginate through results.
  • # sorter: Provides the ability to sort results.
  • # search: Complex search parameters.
  • # general_search: Search across all string fields with partial
  • # matching.
  • # aggregation: Provides the ability to return aggregated
  • # mathematical data about your results.
  • # reverse_relation_filters: Reverse relation filters allow you to
  • # filter the result of a relation, and use that filter to affect the returned root
  • # elements.
  • email(
  • id: Int64Bit,
  • sonar_unique_id: ID,
  • created_at: Datetime,
  • updated_at: Datetime,
  • _version: String,
  • body: Text,
  • email_address: EmailAddress,
  • emailable_id: Int64Bit,
  • emailable_type: EmailableType,
  • reject_reason: String,
  • status: EmailStatus,
  • subject: String,
  • to_name: String,
  • paginator: Paginator,
  • sorter: [Sorter],
  • search: [Search],
  • general_search: String,
  • aggregation: [Aggregator],
  • reverse_relation_filters: [ReverseRelationFilter]
  • ): Email
  • # The location of a single opened or clicked email.
  • #
  • # Arguments
  • # id: The ID of the entity.
  • # sonar_unique_id: An ID that uniquely identifies this entity
  • # across the whole Sonar system.
  • # created_at: The date and time this entity was created.
  • # updated_at: The last date and time this entity was modified.
  • # _version: A string that shows the version of this entity. It
  • # will be incremented whenever the entity is modified.
  • # city: A city.
  • # country: A two character country code.
  • # latitude: A decimal latitude.
  • # longitude: A decimal longitude.
  • # postal_code: The zip code of an email location sent by a
  • # Mandrill event.
  • # timezone: The timezone you want times in the system displayed
  • # in.
  • # paginator: Provides the ability to paginate through results.
  • # sorter: Provides the ability to sort results.
  • # search: Complex search parameters.
  • # general_search: Search across all string fields with partial
  • # matching.
  • # aggregation: Provides the ability to return aggregated
  • # mathematical data about your results.
  • # reverse_relation_filters: Reverse relation filters allow you to
  • # filter the result of a relation, and use that filter to affect the returned root
  • # elements.
  • email_location(
  • id: Int64Bit,
  • sonar_unique_id: ID,
  • created_at: Datetime,
  • updated_at: Datetime,
  • _version: String,
  • city: String,
  • country: String,
  • latitude: Latitude,
  • longitude: Longitude,
  • postal_code: String,
  • timezone: String,
  • paginator: Paginator,
  • sorter: [Sorter],
  • search: [Search],
  • general_search: String,
  • aggregation: [Aggregator],
  • reverse_relation_filters: [ReverseRelationFilter]
  • ): EmailLocation
  • # A log entry.
  • #
  • # Arguments
  • # id: The ID of the entity.
  • # sonar_unique_id: An ID that uniquely identifies this entity
  • # across the whole Sonar system.
  • # created_at: The date and time this entity was created.
  • # updated_at: The last date and time this entity was modified.
  • # _version: A string that shows the version of this entity. It
  • # will be incremented whenever the entity is modified.
  • # current: Current data.
  • # legacy: Whether or not this log was transferred from a Sonar v1
  • # instance. If so, the formatting will not match current version logs.
  • # legacy_title: A title which is only populated on logs that were
  • # imported from Sonar v1.
  • # level: The severity level.
  • # loggable_id: The ID of the entity that this log is attached to.
  • # loggable_type: The type of entity that this log is attached to.
  • # logged_entity_id: The entity ID that triggered the log.
  • # logged_entity_type: The entity that triggered the log.
  • # message: The message.
  • # previous: Previous data.
  • # relation_data: Data from objects related to this change.
  • # type: The type.
  • # user_id: The ID of a User.
  • # paginator: Provides the ability to paginate through results.
  • # sorter: Provides the ability to sort results.
  • # search: Complex search parameters.
  • # general_search: Search across all string fields with partial
  • # matching.
  • # aggregation: Provides the ability to return aggregated
  • # mathematical data about your results.
  • # reverse_relation_filters: Reverse relation filters allow you to
  • # filter the result of a relation, and use that filter to affect the returned root
  • # elements.
  • logs(
  • id: Int64Bit,
  • sonar_unique_id: ID,
  • created_at: Datetime,
  • updated_at: Datetime,
  • _version: String,
  • current: Text,
  • legacy: Boolean,
  • legacy_title: String,
  • level: LogLevel,
  • loggable_id: Int64Bit,
  • loggable_type: String,
  • logged_entity_id: Int64Bit,
  • logged_entity_type: String,
  • message: Text,
  • previous: Text,
  • relation_data: Text,
  • type: LogType,
  • user_id: Int64Bit,
  • paginator: Paginator,
  • sorter: [Sorter],
  • search: [Search],
  • general_search: String,
  • aggregation: [Aggregator],
  • reverse_relation_filters: [ReverseRelationFilter]
  • ): LogConnection!
  • }