A new version 1.14 of the DoubleClick for Advertisers (DFA) API has now been release. “This release consists entirely of security and performance enhancements. It does not alter the objects exposed by the API,” Google stated.
With this release, DFA also announced the “planned end of v1.13 far in advance of its early October sunset date.”
“Please use this time window to make arrangements for migrating any v1.13 implementations before it is retired,” Google said.
Finally, “the v1.12, is now considered to be deprecated. As previously announced, v1.12 will be removed from service on July 9th, 2011.
Be sure to migrate any applications currently using v1.12 by this time. Consider it an opportunity to move to v1.14!,” Google added.
You can refer the updated release notes page v1.14 for more information.
[Source: DFA blog]