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  1. 12 minutes ago, AngryWarrior said:

    Why do you want that? it not necessary.

    Once the ad is published it in your website it will be with the ad suppliers links automatically. The revocation codes are not visible to the end-users as links in the browser; the ad suppliers links are that...  

    We'd still like to know if it's possible or not. So it's not possible with a feature already included? 


  2. 1 hour ago, AngryWarrior said:

    Not sure why you wanna do this anyway. 

    Revive is an ad server so it manages all your advertisers and their ads in the ad inventory and then pushes them out to the ad zones you create with the revocation code (the link you are talking about). There is no advantage in trying to do what you suggest as far as I am concerned. However Revive Ad server is open source so you can do whatever you want with the code. 

    Also if you run your own revive ad server with your own domain name then you are already using your own domain name... 

    Yes, that's OK but how would we have the advertiser's domains displayed in a web browser instead of the Ad Revive masked link for one campaign/banner? Is it a feature offered by default in Revive Ad Server? That's the question.

    Thanks! 


  3. 1 hour ago, andrewatfornax said:

    Hey @420

    In the GitHub ticket (linked above), you'll find a comment from me on 21 August, which links to the exact line of code where the date is being formatted for sending in emails.

    Feel free to make the minor code change you need there to fix it yourself, if that's what you're looking to do!

    Do you know what we need to replace in the file by chance? (Off-topic note: The line is no longer accurate because of updates). 

    Back around that time, we tried replacing

    $oEndDate->format($date_format),

    with 

    $oEndDate->format('m-d-Y'),

    But it didn't work. It displayed m-d-Y in the emails so we reverted the file back to its previous contents. 

     


  4. Thank you for doing what you can, we really appreciate it.

    As stated a dozen times since June of last year regarding this issue, we'll gladly donate once the issue is resolved :)

    Meanwhile, I'll see if our programmer can hire another programmer to figure it out.

    I wouldn't imagine it's rocket science; just scan the files and code for buzz words in the email, right?


  5. Yes, we updated both threads for maximum visibility and action.

    Can you please tell us where to edit it for now, until your next release?

    With all due respect, we've been reporting this issue for four years now; first three years you guys told us how to fix it every time you updated, the last year you won't tell us and keep saying it will be fixed. Meanwhile, our advertisers get upset from the incorrect dates, accounts expire without proper notice, they lose sales, we lose money and long term relationships, and it's all around bad business. Then you ask us for donations for work that hasn't been completed. :)

    Thank you for considering simply telling us where to edit the date format in the email template for now, like you always did before.


  6. Hi,

    Is it possible to use the set advertiser's URL from the banner link url destination instead of the Ad Revive Server's link on a per banner ad basis?

    https://www.domain.com/bmg/www/delivery/ck.php?blahblah

    Or is it possible to have it done globally?

    I would much rather like to know about it on a per ad basis. If you can send over instructions or a link to a guide, that would be great.

    Thanks!

     


  7. On 7/10/2019 at 1:35 PM, 420 said:

    It appears to be resolved in the admin control panel, however you missed updating the email that goes out advising of expiration.

    Example for an August expiration email notification

    The campaign belonging to XXX shown below is due to end on 01-08-2019.

    This should read 08-01-2019 for US format

    Can I get a reply please? Thanks!


  8. 19 hours ago, andrewatfornax said:

    Er, okay, thanks @420, have I misunderstood the comment in https://github.com/revive-adserver/revive-adserver/issues/983#issuecomment-501910702 then?

    It appears to be resolved in the admin control panel, however you missed updating the email that goes out advising of expiration.

    Example for an August expiration email notification

    The campaign belonging to XXX shown below is due to end on 01-08-2019.

    This should read 08-01-2019 for US format

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