If you need to operate on different types of entities at the same time or
prefer to write against a single endpoint rather than using a separate endpoint
per resource type, then you can use the
endpoint for all supported mutate operations.
accepts a repeated
MutateOperation, each of
which can include a single operation for one resource type. To create one
campaign and one ad group in a single
you would need to create two
entities (one for the
the other for the
and then pass both to
mutate_operation1 = client.operation(:Mutate) mutate_operation2 = client.operation(:Mutate) campaign_operation = client.operation(:Campaign) ad_group_operation = client.operation(:AdGroup) # Do some setup here to get campaign_operation and ad_group_operation into the # state you would want them for a regular mutate call to their respective # services. mutate_operation1.campaign_operation = campaign_operation mutate_operation2.ad_group_operation = ad_group_operation google_ads_service.mutate(customer_id, [mutate_operation1, mutate_operation2])
Like other services, this endpoint supports partial failure and validate-only.