Simulate traffic on a TinyTag

When a TinyTag is created, the API returns its ID.

This ID is used to create the URL that simulates traffic on this TinyTag.


Which URL to call?

If your bidder is set up in the test environment, use this template:

If your bidder in the test environment is only buying mobile inventory, use this template:

TT vs. TTJ

The element in the auction URL, /ttj can also be set to /tt.

/ttj denotes a JavaScript tinytag (placement or ad tag).

/tt denotes an iFrame tinytag (placement or ad tag).

We recommend testing both /tt and /ttj to ensure your creatives

Assuming all of the API calls in this section run successfully, running the TinyTag populated with your ID should make a Bid Request from the selling member to all bidders, requesting a bid and a creative sized for the TinyTag's parameters.

Please run the debug auction URL from within a web browser. This will show you the output of the auction and can assist you with troubleshooting your bidder's responses to an auction.

If you want to run a full auction, to generate notification requests, remove the debug_member=(YOUR_MEMBER_ID) from the URL shown above. You will see a creative render in the browser and your bidder will receive notification requests to the notify_uri location you specified using the Bidder Service.


Set objects to active

Make sure you've set your bidder object and bidder instance object to active (using the Bidder Service and Bidder Instance Service, respectively). Make sure your ready_uri is responding with a '1'.

Next step: Processing the Bid Request