IoT Time Series Aggregates Service – Request Parameters¶
Ideal Interval Length¶
For best performance, choose an interval length, which is an exact multiple of a pre-calculated aggregation interval, such as 10 minutes, 2 hours, 5 days, 3 weeks, or 2 months. Requests for other interval lengths take longer to process, because they require using raw time series and pre-calculated aggregations to calculate results.
Such entities support only the following intervals - 1ms,10ms and 1s.
Start Time Precision¶
The requested start and end times cannot be defined with higher precision than the requested interval length. The total time range must be a multiple of the requested interval length. For example, assume a request for data aggregated into intervals of 5 minutes. There, the start time must be defined with minute precision and the total time range must be a multiple of 5 minutes. When requesting data aggregated into intervals of 10 seconds, the start time must be set with second precision and the total time range must be a multiple of 10 seconds.
The supported interval lengths overlap, which provides flexibility to the application. For example, 1 hour and 60 minutes represent the same length, but allow different behavior. A request for aggregation intervals of 1 hour can only be used for time ranges which start and end at the top of the hour, like 5:00 – 10:00. In contrast, a request for aggregation intervals of 60 minutes can also be used for time ranges like 5:30 – 10:30, which would otherwise be rejected. Accordingly, if the tenant is configured with the first day of the week being Monday, a time range of 1 week must start and end on a Monday. A time range of 7 days could start on any day of the week. For more information refer to the Samples.
There is an optional select parameter that defines which data to return. For more information refer to the Selecting documentation
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