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Here's a sample request XML, where oldestUpdated value is the 19th of Jan and latest is 22nd Jan. All leads updated in this window of time (ie, between 2014-01-19T07:18:11.575-08:00 and 2014-01-22T07:18:11.557-08:00)will be returned in the response.<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="yes"?><ns2:paramsGetMultipleLeads xmlns:ns2="http://www.marketo.com/mktows/"><leadSelector xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xsi:type="ns2:LastUpdateAtSelector"><latestUpdatedAt>2014-01-22T07:18:11.557-08:00</latestUpdatedAt><oldestUpdatedAt>2014-01-19T07:18:11.575-08:00</oldestUpdatedAt></leadSelector><batchSize>150</batchSize><includeAttributes><stringItem>FirstName</stringItem><stringItem>AnonymousIP</stringItem><stringItem>Company</stringItem></includeAttributes></ns2:paramsGetMultipleLeads>
Thank you very much for the usage information of LastUpdatedAtSelector.
Now I have a further question:
Using your example, if I have a record updated at '2014-01-22T07:18:11.557-08:00' (just at the until-timestamp) and another record updated at '2014-01-19T07:18:11.575-08:00' (at the since-timestamp), would both of them returned for your example request? Or would one of them be excluded in the result?