Are you putting the "status" parameter in the query string?  If not, you
should be, or atleast, that's what I had to do to get it to work.


On Mon, Jan 25, 2010 at 8:22 AM, eco_bach <> wrote:

> Hi Michael
> Good point. Actionscript 3.
> Chices are Twitterscript and Tweetr.
> As far as I know, Twitterscript has no example using OAuth.
> And Tweetr has no example of working with browser based web
> authentication WITHOUT also requiring the PIN handshake.
> If you think I am wrong in NOT choosing either of the above, would
> appreciate your rationale.
> After some research, decided to use as a base what Sonke Rohde has
> done
> Sonke's example is Flex4 and for an AIR application, so I've modified
> it quite a bit to work for an Actionscript only web application.
> Sonke in turn is using code this open source project to create
> requests, generate signatures
> The fact that I've gotten OAuth to work up to the point of verify
> credentials working would seem to indcate that I am at least on the
> right path.
> And I've learned a heck of a lot as well;)
> Perhaps what I'm trying to do isn't possible (ie creating browser
> based web OAuth authentication WITHOUT also requiring the PIN
> handshake)
> but I'm determined to find out if this is the case.

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