First, your query string isn't a valid search API query string.  Copying and
pasting from advanced search is frowned upon.

If you strip it down to the basics of what you're trying to do you end up
with this

Note that
1) You need to supply a content type for the query
2) You can't have a "within" on the API, look at the doc and use the
geocode param
3) Blank parameters generally aren't a good idea
4) The "from" operator doesn't work in the API, instead use from:<user> in
the query

Even after all that there does appear to be a bug in the search API, as I
get the result

{"error":"Couldn't find Status with ID=9796641788"}

I'll let that team know.


On Mon, Mar 15, 2010 at 7:48 PM, Chung Han Lau <>wrote:

> funny no one seems to be taking any interest in this thread. am i
> missing something?
> On Mar 15, 11:14 am, Chung Han Lau <> wrote:
> > hi,
> >
> > am using twitter search returning json for webpage output. just got
> > this messag returned with this url:
> >
> > seems i cannot use the 'Since this date' and 'Until this date'. please
> > rectify.
> >
> > regards

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