An example of a request URL which that contains only the basic (required) parts:
You can find the value of the account attribute in your Adhese subscription information or through our support portal.
- Adding this part to the URL makes sure that the result you receive is JSON formatted.
- JSON has a fixed structure and, therefore, fixed fields. Refer to the List of JSON response structure object fields for an explanatory list of the fields.
/sl[location code]-[format code]/
- It is necessary to add a timestamp to avoid caching issues.
The request URL can contain additional parameters for Targeting.
An URL which that contains targeting will look like this:
Every account contains the following default parameters:
The request returns a JSON object with the fields described at in the List of JSON response structure object fields. Adhese returns an empty JSON object (just two curly brackets) if it cannot deliver a suitable ad for the request.