Ok...based on Dewalds post above I did a little more investigating and it appears that our API is functioning because some tweets went out on behalf of some of our customers and I setup a new twitter account and tested without an error but what is more concerning is that it appears that Twitter just blanketly suspended several of our accounts and our users accounts that had any tweets posted recently from our application. This is even worse than just shutting our application down...hopefully, I'm wrong but it seems that this is what has happened. So, does Twitter actually do this? would Twitter really punish users for using certain applications? If so then this is horrible...both for the app vendor and the user...we all end up as losers.
Any insight? I'm really beginning to wonder why we got involved with Twitter in the first place, between their outages, poor customer service and stuff like this I've never been more frustrated. If we didn't have so much already invested around their technology I'd probably just quit today but I can't so HELP! On Aug 20, 6:03 am, AccountingSoftwareGuy <virga.rob...@gmail.com> wrote: > Oauth > > On Aug 20, 5:49 am, Dewald Pretorius <dpr...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > > > On Aug 20, 9:40 am, AccountingSoftwareGuy <virga.rob...@gmail.com> > > wrote: > > > > No it appears that our API is shut down completely, everything we do > > > now is returned (401) Unauthorized. > > > Are you using OAuth or Basic Auth? > > > Dewald- Hide quoted text - > > - Show quoted text -