UNIX Timestamps

UNIX timestamps are a way to track time as a running total of seconds. This count starts at the UNIX Epoch on January 1st, 1970. Therefore, the UNIX timestamp is merely the number of seconds between the UNIX Epoch and a particular date. This is very useful to computer systems for tracking and sorting dated information in dynamic and distributed applications both online and client side.

Please DO NOT send the server’s UNIX timestamp, as Millennial is unable to use this for tracking purposes.

For Android

Below is an example call including the UNIX timestamp and other required fields.

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GET http://cvt.mydas.mobi/handleConversion?goalid=YOUR_APP_TRACKING_ID&mmdid=YOUR_MMDID&timestamp=TIMESTAMP&uip=DEVICE_IP_ADDRESS 
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For example, with App Tracking ID 12345, MMDID aBc1234567891234567891234567891234567890, Timestamp 123456789 and UIP 10.10.200.200.

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GET http://cvt.mydas.mobi/handleConversion?goalid=12345&mmdid=aBc1234567891234567891234567891234567890&timestamp=123456789&uip=10.10.200.200
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For iOS

Below is an example call including the UNIX timestamp and other required fields.

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GET http://cvt.mydas.mobi/handleConversion?goalid=YOUR_APP_TRACKING_ID&mmdid=YOUR_MMDID&haid=YOUR_HAID&timestamp=TIMESTAMP&uip=DEVICE_IP_ADDRESS 
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For example, with App Tracking ID 12345, haid aBc1234567891234567891234567891234567890, mmdid CbA1234567899876543211234567891234567890, Timestamp 123456789 and UIP 10.10.200.200:

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GET http://cvt.mydas.mobi/handleConversion?goalid=12345&mmdid=CbA1234567899876543211234567891234567890&haid=aBc1234567891234567891234567891234567890&timestamp=123456789&uip=10.10.200.200
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