Oct 19, 2006 114 reads by Navneet Kaushal

That is the question being asked at a thread in DigitaPoint Forums. An API or Application Protocol Interface allows easy access to data from third party application.

A post says, "I was told by MSN that it 'does not have an API option available', which I know is false, and I have found other information that says you must be a 'premium client' with certain billing requirements etc."

A MSDN Forums thread provides links to the adCenter API:

The following are the WSDLs used for the Microsoft adCenter API.

Production WSDLs:
V3 (released 10/7/2006)
URL 1
URL 2
URL 3
URL 4

V2
URL 1
URL 2
URL 3
URL 4

Sandbox WSDLs:
V3
URL 1
URL 2
URL 3
URL 4

V2
URL 1
URl 2
URL 3
URl 4

According to the Microsoft adCenter API Group: "We anticipate retiring the V2 WSDLs January 7, 2007, so plan your migration to the V3 WSDLs now!"

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