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News about Too Much Media products and related technology.

  • 02 December 2016 TMM Insider December 2016 Released!

    In this issue of TMM Insider, Seasons Greetings from Too Much Media, Learn more about the database cleanup admin, Affiliate Postbacks, and Account Representatives.

  • 17 November 2016 Highlighted Feature: Memcached in NATS

    Program owners can make use of a PHP class named Memcached to speed up tracking requests. Using this feature with NATS will allow frequently requested data to be stored in your servers memory rather than just on your hard drive. This will allow important data required during the tracking process to be retrieved much quicker. For further details in regards to Memcached and it's setup, please visit our online documentation.

  • 24 October 2016 Highlighted Feature: Site User Management

    The Site User Management system in NATS has the ability to communicate member information with external member management systems that you maintain. It will also handle validation of new signups to help prevent duplicate members between systems. The different cases in which NATS would post data to your external URL/script would include: ADD, MANUALADD, ACTIVATE, TRIALTOFULL, CHANGE, DELETE, EXPIRE, and CHECK. For more details on what is included in each post, the expected response and a sample script, please visit our online documentation.

  • 30 September 2016 TMM Insider October 2016 Released!

    In this issue of TMM Insider, learn more about the User management system, Package Plus, our server move service, and Site groups.

  • 20 September 2016 Highlighted Feature: Using Language Files

    Built into NATS is a multi-language feature that will detect and display the appropriate language for anyone using your program. This provides even more customization and flexibility, so program owners can support a wide variety of affiliates and affiliate promotions. Each of the included languages (English, German, French, Japanese, Russian, and Spanish) can be customized with the wording or phrasing that best work for your program.

    For more details in regards to using language files or setting up new language variables, please read more in our online documentation.