Hi Abraham, so I should keep a list of all of the tweets I send and
check the id of each and every status I send to see if it matches a
previously sent id? That's quite a lot of additional processing.
Does this 'duplicate text' have a time period for which it is invalid?
i.e. how long do I have to wait before sending the same text?
Is this what I have heard called 'recurring tweets'? If so, I read
somewhere that they are going to be allowed to re-occur at some point
soon - is this correct?
On Dec 8, 5:38 pm, Abraham Williams <4bra...@gmail.com> wrote:
> When you create a status you get a 200 response and the current user/status
> object which includes the status id. If you try to create a duplicate status
> it should return the same status object with a status id that matches the
> previous one.
> On Tue, Dec 8, 2009 at 10:52, Stuart Smith <stuartmartinsm...@btinternet.com
> > wrote:
> > Hi Raffi, thanks for the reply but I'm still unsure of the process.
> > If I send a tweet with the same text more than once via twitter.com I
> > get a pop-upm saying to try some other text as I've sent that text
> > before and the tweet is not created so there is no id.
> > If I use Tweet# and do the same I get a 200 OK response which suggests
> > that the tweet was created but it never gets sent to the recipient and
> > again I have no id.
> > Can you explain a bit more.
> > Cheers,
> > On Dec 8, 4:23 pm, Raffi Krikorian <ra...@twitter.com> wrote:
> > > Currently, we recommend people look at the tweet ID and just
> > > "remember" it. It is on the short list to get an appropriate error
> > > code returned if we reject a tweetx
> > > On Dec 8, 2009, at 1:10 AM, Stuart Smith <
> > stuartmartinsm...@btinternet.com
> > > > wrote:
> > > > Is there any way to check via the api that the tweet you tried to send
> > > > was not sent because it was a duplicate? I get a 200 OK response so
> > > > maybe there is another way? BTW I am using Tweet#.
> > > > Thanks,
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