Thanks for the prompt response.

Yes, the request is timing out with no response right now. We've seen 
sporadic behavior like this the last few days and we've built in retry 
mechanisms so messages aren't getting lost. As far as I understand, 
posts of statuses aren't being rate limited so this shouldn't be a 
problem. Individual account rate limits aren't being hit (we tested one 
account and when the rate per day was hit, we were getting actual error 
responses regarding this limit).

However, the retry mechanisms are failing because the post succeeds, yet 
the text being posted is not the one we're posting. Instead, we get the 
post from the previous successful message about 2 hours ago.

Sent for posting:

Hv 2 catch up on the scriptures: He has delivered us from the power of darkness 
and conveyed is into the kingdom of the Son of His love. COLOSSIANS 1:13

The response shows the succesful post, but the text is the previous post 
from 20 minutes ago:


Entire response is below.


<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
  <created_at>Tue Nov 03 05:39:55 +0000 2009</created_at>
  <source>&lt;a href=&quot;; 
    <name>Enlai Test</name>
    <created_at>Wed Jun 17 20:43:25 +0000 2009</created_at>


Raffi Krikorian wrote:
> Hi Enlai.
> Can you provide more information, please?
> If you experience times that there is "no response", do you mean that
> the request is timing out?
> As for getting a successful response, yet the status not updating
> could be caused by sending tweets with the same text as a tweet you
> sent recently.
> Either way, I don't know which of these, if any, are afflicting you.
> Can you provide more information as to what precisely you are issuing
> to the API, and what precisely is it responding with?
> Thanks!
> On Nov 2, 2009, at 9:45 PM, Enlai <> wrote:
>> Sorry if this is a dumb question but I can't find an answer online.
>> This is happening right now so I thought I'd see if something is up
>> with the API.
>> Sometimes, I get no response from the status update post and other
>> times, I get a response with a successful post result. However, the
>> text in the post shows the previous successful post rather than the
>> one I just posted.
>> What does this mean? Has some rate been tripped?
>> Thanks
>> Enlai

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