EXIT_COUNTER - how many times the page was the exit
By default, the counter keeps total hits on a page (catalog), including
both entrance and exit points.
Sorting field; the following values are possible:
s_url - page (catalog);
s_counter - counter.
Sort order; the following values are possible:
asc - ascending;
desc - descending.
Array used to filter the resulting list. The following keys can be used in the array:
DATE1 - the earliest date and time of the time period for
which the information is to be returned;
DATE2 - the latest date and time of the time period;
DIR - specifies to return only pages or catalogs; the
following values can be used:
Y - include catalogs only;
N - include pages only.
URL* - Full
path to the page or catalog whose information is
URL_EXACT_MATCH - if "Y", the URL must
match exactly (strict match);
URL_404 - whether the error 404 occurred on the
required page (Y|N);
This field cannot be used with catalogs.
ADV* - the ID of the advertising
campaign (AC). This field allows to return only pages or
catalogs that has been viewed by visitors under the
specified AC, and obtain the attendance information only for
ADV_EXACT_MATCH - if "N", entry in the ADV is
sufficient (loose match);
ADV_DATA_TYPE - tells to retrieve information
depending on the visit status:
B - return information on visitors returned
under the specified AC;
P - return information on direct-hit
visitors under the specified AC;
S - both returned and direct-hit visitors.
SITE_ID* - the site ID;
SITE_ID_EXACT_MATCH - if "N", entry in the SITE_ID
is sufficient (loose match).
If this flag contains "true" on return, the resulting list is filtered.
Structure of the returned record
[URL] => page (section)
[DIR] => [Y|N] flag: page (N) or catalog (Y)
[SITE_ID] => the site ID
[URL_404] => the error 404 flag
[COUNTER] => hit count for the page (catalog) url
(if only counter_type != ENTER_COUNTER
and counter_type != EXIT_COUNTER)
[ENTER_COUNTER] => how many times the url was the entry point
counter_type = ENTER_COUNTER)
[EXIT_COUNTER] => how many times the url was the exit point
counter_type = EXIT_COUNTER)