What does a Doubleclick AdX tag look like, and how is it different from a DFA or DFP tag?
Specifically I am interested in being able to classify an ad tag as DFA, DFP, or AdX. Are there any tell-tale markers in the tag which could give any insight into this?
I've started with a heuristic that assumes the tag is DFA if it includes a "click" parameter. What other things I should be looking at?
I've got a bunch of ad tags that I think are either DFA or DFP, but I don't know what an AdX tag looks like so I am not sure how I can recognize them.
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