Well ... the most obvious thing to do would be to get rid of the unexpected
oauth_verifier parameter :)
Seriously, if you're using it as a webapp, you shouldn't put that in there.
On Sat, Sep 12, 2009 at 14:05, DanInDC <danjacob.beaul...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I am trying to build a twitter app that uses oauth to signin.
> I am successfully getting a request token and successfully being
> returned to my callback url. But when I request the access token using
> a request:
> and I get the error:
> <error>Unexpected oauth_verifier parameter</error>
> I understand oauth_verifier is for desktop twitter apps, but my app is
> a web app and is set as such in my application settings at
> Upfront, I am working with a lot of new technologies on this project,
> so it may be something obvious.
> Would appreciate any help.
Internets. Serious business.