Publisher Integration Checklist

  1. Make sure the SDK Key in your code is copied from the Tapjoy Dashboard correctly. The SDK Key is found in the dashboard by going to your app, clicking "Settings" in the top navigation bar, and scrolling to the bottom of the page:


Be sure you are using the key for the correct platform.

  1. Make sure you are using the latest version of the Tapjoy SDK. You can download the latest version from our download page. You can tell which version of the SDK you have downloaded by examining the name of the .zip file or the folder (e.g. TapjoySDK_iOS_v11.0.3 is the 11.0.3 version of the SDK). If you want to tell what version is integrated into an already existing application, you can examine the Tapjoy connect call (via the console logs if logging is enabled, otherwise you’ll have to sniff the http traffic using Charles or a similar tool). Search the connect call for the "library_version=" parameter. This will give you the SDK version.

  2. Make sure your application is making a single Tapjoy Connect call on startup. The connect call will look something like this:

2015-04-01 16:11:07.077 Your-app-name [20138:1220196] [TJLog level: 4] Tapjoy Request:
  1. If you are on Android, make sure you are sending session start and session end calls in the appropriate places.

  2. Make sure you have integrated all the placements you intend to integrate. Tapjoy strongly recommends implementing all recommended placements that are applicable in your application. See the list for Android, iOS, Unity, and . This will give you maximum flexibility to control what content you show to your users without having to do further code work on your application.

  3. Make sure the names of your placements in your code match the name of the placement in the "Content" > "Manage Placements" section of the Tapjoy dashboard exactly. Remember that "App Open", "AppOpen", and "App-Open" are all different placements as far as Tapjoy is concerned. If you are having trouble getting content appearing at a placement, make sure the name in your code matches the placement name in the dashboard. If you call a placement that does not exist in the Tapjoy Dashboard, you will get a "No Content Available" error message:

2015-04-01 16:40:33.475 Your-app-name[20360:1243962] [TJLog level: 4] Send request delivered successfully for placement placement_not_in_dashboard, no content available

Note: Deprecated Currency Display Multiplier SDK call (e.g. setCurrencyMultiplier:). This call still functions, but it will be removed in future versions of the SDK. If you wish to individualize the amount of currency users get for various offers, we recommend using the Personalized Currency Sale feature on the Tapjoy Dashboard instead. This also applies to the display_multiplier parameter above.