Hi Shwetha,

Thanks for your answer. Indeed I'm looking to set up a predicate on the 
keyword status, the same way I can set up a predicate on group and campaign 
status, to ensure that all keywords are included.

Why? In other reports of AdWords API, over the years, when you did NOT set 
a predicate, the meaning changed a lot - at least four times. Sometimes 
removed keywords/groups/campaigns were included, sometimes not, etc.etc. 
Sometimes the change of meaning was intended and documented, sometimes it 
wasn't, but it was hard for Google to revert the change in a short time.
Anyway, this part of API proved not to be so reliable over time. Some 
developers (like me but others too) work around possible future problems by 
always including a predicate on all statuses.

Hence my surprise that on SEARCH_QUERY_PERFORMANCE_REPORT you can set up 
predicates on campaign and group status, but not on keyword status. Can you 
pass the wish to include this field?

A related question, you can set up a predicate on KeywordTextMatchingQuery 
but not on KeywordId. Any particular reason? (And yes, I want to exclude 
certain keywords but it's hard to derive KeywordTextMatchingQuery from a 
keyword).


On Thursday, August 3, 2017 at 6:13:54 PM UTC+2, Shwetha Vastrad (AdWords 
API Team) wrote:
>
> Hi, 
>
> If the search term "AdWords API" triggered an impression for the broad 
> match keyword "AdWords" in the duration for which the Search Query 
> Performance Report 
> <https://developers.google.com/adwords/api/docs/appendix/reports/search-query-performance-report>
>  was 
> requested, then this search term will be included in the downloaded report, 
> even if the keyword which matched the query and triggered the ad is later 
> on removed. You can get the current status of the Keyword from Keywords 
> Performance Report 
> <https://developers.google.com/adwords/api/docs/appendix/reports/keywords-performance-report>.
>  
> The stats in the Search Query Performance Report would correspond to when 
> the keywords were enabled. Are you looking to filter the results in Search 
> Query Performance Report based on the current status of your Keywords? 
>
> Regards,
> Shwetha, AdWords API Team.
>

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