I also found there's such limit:
- When using IN and NOT_IN operators in your WHERE clause, you are
limited to 10,000 items.
So the best solution would require multiple get to fetch all keywords then?
On Thursday, October 13, 2016 at 1:57:36 PM UTC-5, Vishal Vinayak (Adwords
API Team) wrote:
> Hi Cindy,
> That is correct. You may see the
> if you try to update an entity that is already been removed.
> Unfortunately, there aren't too may ways to bypass this mechanism since
> this is in place to check system's integrity. The correct way to perform
> this routine, indeed, would be to select only the active campaigns/ad
> groups and update keywords for those campaigns/ ad groups. More details are
> available on this forum post
> To group multiple actions in one operation, I would also suggest having a
> look at the batch job service
> Vishal, AdWords API Team
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