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Sunset of v1 and v1.1 for DoubleClick Ad Exchange Buyer REST API on December 1st, 2014

Today we’re announcing the deprecation of v1 and v1.1 of the DoubleClick Ad Exchange Buyer REST API, both of which are scheduled to be sunset on December 1st, 2014. These versions are becoming increasingly less relevant as we expand on the latest and greatest version of the API—currently v1.3. We recommend that you migrate to v1.3 before this date in order to take advantage of the newest functionality and also to continue having uninterrupted access to the API. If you have not migrated from these deprecated versions by December 1st, calls against the API will return an error response.

The vast majority of users have already migrated to newer versions of the API, but if you’re among the few who haven’t, we expect it to be an easy upgrade because newer versions still support all of the resources you’re familiar with. The only changes that could cause a code break when migrating from v1 to v1.3 are in the Creatives resource; the adgroup_id field was removed and the disapprovalReasons field is no longer a list of strings. You can use the following resources to help you with your migration:
  • Release Notes: A listing of all changes between versions of the API.
  • Code Examples: Examples demonstrating how to use the client libraries with the most recent version of the API.
  • Developer Guides: Guides covering the most recent version of the API.
Of course, if you have any questions or need help with the migration, feel free to reach out to us via the forum or the Ads Developers G+ page.

AdWords scripts – New code snippets are now available!

We have added new code snippets to cover the new services released over the last year. You can view these code snippets by either clicking the Code examples button on the Scripts Editor window in the AdWords UI, or through the examples page on AdWords scripts documentation.

We hope you find these new code snippets useful. If you wish to see more code snippets or have feedback about the new ones, let us know on our developer forum. You can also follow our Google+ page for updates about AdWords scripts.