‘Stored Requests’ are blocks of OpenRTB stored on the server-side that are merged into OpenRTB requests for Mobile App and AMP scenarios.
The data source can be local files on Prebid Server, but more commonly it would be a relational database distributed across all the Prebid Servers in the host company’s installation.
We want to avoid hardcoding parameters into a mobile app like bidders and parameters. Because of this, Prebid Server allows host companies to store two types of JSON that are retrieved with a key called a ‘Stored Request ID’:
See the Mobile SDK Use Case reference for specific examples.
The AMP protocol is converted to OpenRTB primarily using Stored Requests: the
tag_id is used to look up
a single base OpenRTB from the data source. After getting the bulk of the OpenRTB, AMP query string parameters
are used to inject and adjust parameters like size, url, etc. See the AMP endpoint documentation for more details.
See the AMP Use Case reference for specific examples.
Details for setting up: