Have you tried creating a new OAuth application with the correct callback
URL?

On Fri, Dec 25, 2009 at 10:01, Marnen Laibow-Koser <mar...@marnen.org>wrote:

> Hi everyone.
>
> I'm at wit's end here -- I believe I'm doing everything correctly, and
> when I fake Twitter responses with Fakeweb, my app works as expected,
> but when I actually use Twitter, it does not.  Here's the problem.
>
> I'm using Rails 2.3.5, Authlogic 2.1.2, Authlogic-OAuth 1.0.8, and
> OAuth 0.3.5 with Ruby 1.8.7 on Mac OS X 10.6.1.  I have a login page
> with a Sign in with Twitter button, which I set up more or less
> following http://github.com/jrallison/authlogic_example/tree/with-oauth
> .  When I click that button, I get redirected to
> http://twitter.com/oauth/authenticate
> , and if I'm not logged in, I get the expected Twitter prompts to log
> in and authorize my application.  So far so good.
>
> But once things are done on the Twitter side, the problem occurs.
> Although I have a callback URL registered with Twitter, Twitter does
> not redirect to it, but instead goes back to the same URL that the
> process started from, with the addition of oauth_token and
> oauth_verifier parameters.  I found another thread on this forum that
> suggested that this behavior was due to my passing Twitter an
> oauth_callback parameter, but I've used Paros to inspect all the HTTP
> traffic between my app and Twitter, and there is no such parameter to
> be found anywhere.
>
> As I see it, then, Twitter is completely ignoring my registered
> callback URL and just redirecting back to the URL that the request
> originally came from.  Why?
>
> Best,
> --
> Marnen Laibow-Koser
> http://www.marnen.org
> mar...@marnen.org
>



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