in general, for situations like this, please realise that in order for us to
help you, we need as much information as you can give us so that we can try
to replicate the problem and hopefully track it down. what is really
helpful is the following:
- what end point are you calling? (which method are you calling? e.g.
- what parameters are you passing in (if you are authenticating, what
user are you authenticating as?)
- if you are using OAuth, and you're having problems with oauth, please
provide us the entire oauth header that is being passed
- what was the response that the twitter api returned to you?
if you suspect the problem is with your IP address or where you are calling
from, then also please provide the IP address your call is coming from, and
the time (as accurate as you can) that you made the call that failed.
On Tue, Dec 22, 2009 at 3:06 PM, Mark McBride <mmcbr...@twitter.com> wrote:
> It means an error occurred processing your request. Without more
> details (for example the specific headers and URLs) it's difficult to
> answer in more detail.
> On Tue, Dec 22, 2009 at 2:36 PM, quenotacom <webmas...@quenota.com> wrote:
> > Nobody answer here ?
> > On Dec 21, 4:06 pm, quenotacom <webmas...@quenota.com> wrote:
> >> Hi,
> >> I am using the REST api (oauth) , everything is working for GET
> >> operations, however I cannot POST an update/status because I always
> >> receive that message (Thanks for noticing we're going to fix it up and
> >> have things back to normal soon).
> >> Could you explain what is the meaning of that message ?
> >> Thanks
Twitter Platform Team