One common question from API developers revolves around the existence of our reporting database vs our production database on Adobe’s Hosted platform. There are a few API calls that will hit the reporting database rather than production, to retrieve information. This is by design and is to prevent some of the more expensive APIs from being run on a multi-tenant environment’s production database. The current calls that are redirected to our reporting database and not to our production (real-time) database are:
As you can see, these are all the ‘bulk’ API calls. There is one additional call that is currently (as of Adobe Connect 9.2.2) being directed to the reporting database rather than production, and that is:
This action will be shifted to the production database in the next major release of Adobe Connect.
The reason this is important is that the reporting database is not real-time like production. It is delayed, sometimes up to 24 hours. So it is recommended that if you need to have real-time information in your application, you avoid making the calls above and use other APIs to retrieve the desired data.