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Revenue share reporting

Last updated on December 23, 2016

Depending on the account typeIndicates the intended purpose of an account, which determines what objects it can contain and influences what users logged in to the account can do in OpenX. For example, advertiser accounts contain orders, publisher accounts contain inventory, and ad networks contain other accounts. for your primary account and your user capabilities, you can generate and view reports, which contain information about how revenue is split between your network and your managed publishers.

Note: You should limit access to a network's revenue to users at the ad networkAn OpenX account type, which represents a business that manages other businesses and typically contains and manages both publisher accounts and advertiser accounts. level so that publishers cannot see revenue data for the network.

This topic applies to Ad Server. This topic applies to Programmatic Direct.

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