hi again.

it look likes my code is ugly so no one wants to play with it :D.

rewrote the consumer and provider code using only the php provided
classes/methods. I have borrowed code from
http://www.lornajane.net/posts/2011/php-oauth-provider-request-tokens and

still it's same "invalid signature" exception. This time it's in
localhost,consumer on port 3000 and provider on port 5000.

new consumer code http://pastebin.com/ndEhP8Rv and provider code
http://pastebin.com/SfdKu3nQ . it's my second week struggling with this
code. any help would be really appreciate.

~Chamila Gayan

On Mon, Oct 3, 2011 at 12:34 PM, chamila gayan <cgcham...@gmail.com> wrote:

> hi All,
> I'm trying develop Oauth consumer and provider as very same way of twitter.
> I followed the below tutorials. Here is my  consumer code
> http://pastebin.com/39sxKbuz and here is my provider code
> http://pastebin.com/xtEsrTGf
> when I run the client it gives error as follow
> Array
> (
>     [oauth_problem] => signature_invalid
>     [debug_sbs] => GET
>     [http%253A%252F%252Fwww.abc.loc%252Foauth%252Frequesttoken] =>
> [oauth_consumer_key%253D1d7259a770e0732d191bb566b5cf9e%2526oauth_nonce%253Db4168962db5559eb55859f1699622d07%2526oauth_signature_method%253DHMAC-SHA1%2526oauth_timestamp%253D1317621581%2526oauth_version%253D1.0%2526route%253Doauth%25252Frequesttoken]
> =>
> )
> may be I'm doing this in a wrong way or not understood properly so your
> suggestions are  welcome. And I really appreciate if someone can explain
> what are the wrong codes here and how I correct them.   thanks a bunch .
> ~Chamila Gayan

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