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Setting up your DFP integration for success

It’s common to have multiple applications access your DFP network(s) when integrating with DFP. How you keep track of these applications and their authentication credentials can be just as important as writing code, particularly if you work with many other developers, or on more than one application. You want to avoid scenarios where you don’t know who or what is accessing your network, or where you can’t determine who owns the Google API Console project from which a set of OAuth2 credentials were generated.
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