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Hi @huanxing.wu,

Looking at those documents, I'm pretty certain they are documents for the OpenX platform, which was written from scratch, as far as I am aware, and is unrelated to what used to be OpenX Source (now Revive Adserver).

As per Erik's comment the other day, there isn't (and hasn't ever) been an API in OpenX Source / Revive Adserver for the delivery of banners - just the various tags.

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21 hours ago, andrewatfornax said:

Hi @huanxing.wu,

Looking at those documents, I'm pretty certain they are documents for the OpenX platform, which was written from scratch, as far as I am aware, and is unrelated to what used to be OpenX Source (now Revive Adserver).

As per Erik's comment the other day, there isn't (and hasn't ever) been an API in OpenX Source / Revive Adserver for the delivery of banners - just the various tags.

hi @andrewatfornax 

Thanks for clarify,  so what u mean is that the server-to-server Ad call API at 

https://docs.openx.com/Content/developers/ad_request_api/adtagguide_getstart_servertoserver.html

is docs for openx platform but not for openx Source, right?

and since  revive adserver is the successor of openxSource but not successor of openx platform, so revive adserver/openx source hasn't (and hasn't ever) been the so-called s2s API for delivering the Ads?

 

 

 

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