Query KPI Data (Hub Data)

[This topic is pre-release documentation and is subject to change.]

Gets all data for the specified KPI with optional filtering.


The request is constructed as follows:

HTTP Verb Request URI Comments
GET <hub-endpoint>/data/KPIs(KpiName='<kpiName>',WindowType='<period>')/Values?api-version=2017-04-26 Gets all Kpi Values
GET <hub-endpoint>/data/KPIs(KpiName='<kpiName>',WindowType='<period>')?api-version=2017-04-26 Get latest Kpi values

URI Parameters

URI Parameter Required Description
Hub-endpoint Yes The base URL for your Customer Insights Hub.
kpiName Yes Name of the KPI type to retrieve data for
period Yes Standard time period for KPI calculation

Complex filter expressions can also be applied to the GroupBy properties of the KPIs as demonstrated in the following request.

<hub-endpoint>/data/KPIs(KpiName='EmailsSentCount',WindowType='Day')/Values?$filter=Timestamp gt cast('2014-01-01T23:59:59.999Z', Edm.DateTimeOffset)&api-version=2017-04-26
<hub-endpoint>/data/KPIs(KpiName=‘EmailsSentCount’,WindowType='Day')/Values?$filter=ToContacts eq 'Tom'&FromContact='Will'&api-version=2017-04-26
<hub-endpoint>/data/KPIs(KpiName=‘EmailsSentCount’,WindowType='Day')/Values?$filter=ToContacts eq 'Tom'&FromContact='*'& api-version=2017-04-26

The “apply” operator can be used to get a list of several functions like Percentile, Rank, Sum etc., across one of the “group by” columns defined for that KPI.
Supported Functions: SUM(), MIN(), MAX(), AVG(), VAR(), Median(), P10(), P90(), P50() {Same as Median()}, Rank(), Percentile(), Count()

<hub-endpoint>/data/KPIs(KpiName=‘EmailsSentCount’,WindowType='Day')/Values?$apply=aggregateWithPivot(ContactId, rank()) 

The above query gives the KPIValue and along with it, for each city, the rank of the ContactId when compared across other ContactIds.


The response includes an HTTP status code, a response body and a set of response headers.

Response Body

A collection of custom data for the specified KPI.

{ "value":[ { "Timestamp": "2015-01-01T00:00:00Z", "Value": 15, "ToContacts": "Tom", "CalculationTime": "2017-06-15T21:00:00Z" }, ... ] "@odata.nextLink":"/data/KPIs(KpiName=‘EmailsSentCount’,WindowType='Day')/Values?$filter=ToContacts eq 'Tom'&FromContact='*'&$skiptoken=100" }


The Maximum instances returned is 100. So if the results contains more than 100, there will be a new Url (nextlink) at the bottom of the previous response. To get all results, we need to keep calling GET on this url until it is null.

Status Code

  • 200 (OK) - the request succeeded.