There is no way to do this. Allowing "old" requests is a security hole.
On Sat, Dec 5, 2009 at 8:30 AM, sanjit <sanjit...@gmail.com> wrote: > I am having the same problem, and I agree this is the timestamp > problem. but I am using .net dll file and I am not able to change the > timestamp there. Is there anyway from Twitter site to change the time > span for my application. > > On Nov 29, 10:32 am, JDG <ghil...@gmail.com> wrote: >> That's my first bet -- the oauth_timestamps you used when your date is 2018 >> are newer than the ones you're using now, and that would probably return >> invalid timestamp / nonce errors. >> >> >> >> >> >> On Sat, Nov 28, 2009 at 16:34, Raffi Krikorian <ra...@twitter.com> wrote: >> > that's intriguing - but you'll have to provide a lot more information: >> >> > - are you using oauth, or basic auth? >> > - what endpoints are you calling when you are getting the error? >> >> > Hi >> >> > We have a program that uses the Twitter API that we wrote and it (used >> > to) work fine but recently we had to change the computer date we were >> > calling our program from to 2018 instead of 2009 - this was done as a >> > temporary test for another application we were running on that same >> > computer unrelated to Twitter. >> >> > Anyway, after we changed the date to 2018 - the Twitter API program >> > still ran OK but when we then put the date back to 2009 our Twitter >> > program wont run and is now reporting the following. >> >> > The remote server returned an error: (401) Unauthorized. >> >> > But when we switch back to 2018 ..it runs fine. >> >> > Can anyone shed some light on thsi please ? Is ther some date related >> > switch we are missing in our Twitter program ? >> >> > Thanks ! >> >> > -- >> > Raffi Krikorian >> > Twitter Platform Team >> > ra...@twitter.com | @raffi >> >> -- >> Internets. Serious business.- Hide quoted text - >> >> - Show quoted text - > -- ---Mark http://twitter.com/mccv