Last updated July 18, 2017
View general details for the orders that you have access to through the view order screen, from which you can also:
Modify the list of line items for the selected order.
Manage the list of conversion tags associated with the selected order.
Monitor performance information for the selected order.
Navigating to the view order screen
Click the Orders tab of the OpenX header.
Click the Account Name of the advertiserIn OpenX, an account type that represents a business that runs advertising campaigns to display ads on websites. whose orders you'd like to view. The Orders tab of the view advertiser screen displays for the selected advertiser.
This screen displays general order information, including: Order Name, Status, Start and End Dates, Budget, and Actions.
Important: Newly created orders default to a status of "pending". Don't forget to activate them.
Click the Order Name of the order for which you'd like to view additional details, including its line items. The Line Items tab of the view order screen appears.
Finding information on the view order screen
The view order screen consists of three tabs, which include:
Line Items. Click to display and manage the list of line items for the order. For each line itemThe primary unit of execution for an order, which represents a specific inventory purchase and the required conditions for ad delivery., the list includes the following columns:
Line Item Name Name for the line item Status
Status for the line item
Important: Newly created line items default to a status of "pending". Don't forget to activate them.
Start Date Start date for the line item End Date End date for the line item Impressions delivered Impressions delivered for the line item PriorityIndicates which deal or line item should take precedence in the case that multiple deals or line items are eligible to serve for a given ad request. Priority for the line item within the order Actions Icons for quickly performing line item-specific tasks
Performance. Click to view performance information for the order.