Try to register a new application for your development environment. I know
it sounds not smart, but I guess it is a simple way to achieve. I think
twitter did the same to me , when I tired to change the call back url.
On Sun, Jul 26, 2009 at 1:50 PM, mattarnold1977
> 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 <and...@badera.us> wrote:
> > On Sat, Jul 25, 2009 at 6:46 PM, mattarnold1977
> > <matt.arnold.1...@gmail.com>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.
> > 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
> > - and...@badera.us
> > - Google me:http://www.google.com/search?q=andrew+badera
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