That was it!  Sorting my parameters did the trick.  After that I was
able to successfully post a web request to Twitter's OAuth request
token URL.

Now, the next problem.  I'm working in a development environment and I
can not get the call back argument to work correctly.  I've added it
as a parameter in my web request and you can see it in the URL when
logging into Twitter to get the token.  But, Twitter just returns me
back to my application that I registered with them (not my development
environment that I've setup in my call back argument).


On Jul 26, 4:55 am, Andrew Badera <> wrote:
> On Sat, Jul 25, 2009 at 6:46 PM, mattarnold1977
> <>wrote:
> > Bojan,
> > Thanks for the reply.  I'm using ASP .NET.
> > -Matt
> I suspect Bojan was more curious about what OAuth library you're using. If
> you're doing it on your own, allow me to suggest DotNetOpenAuth instead.
> Also, are you sorting your parameters correctly? Non-alphabetized sort of
> parameters prior to signing will give you a 401.
> Thanks-
> - Andy Badera
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