Without more details it's tough to say. Do you at least have the screen name of the account in question, and details on both the success and failure environments?
---Mark http://twitter.com/mccv On Wed, Mar 17, 2010 at 1:39 AM, Uladzimir Pashkevich < v.pashkev...@gmail.com> wrote: > Does anyone has any ideas? Any help is really appreciated, because I > can't understand this kind of the API's behavior. > > On Mar 12, 6:40 pm, Uladzimir Pashkevich <v.pashkev...@gmail.com> > wrote: > > Hi everyone, > > > > I am developing an application using Twitter API and I have > > encountered into a strange behavior connected with 401 error. I am > > using basic auth. When I run my application locally, it works just > > fine and I never get any 401 errors. However, when I run my > > application on another environment, I get 401 error in approximately > > 80% cases. I am completely sure that the credentials are correct. > > > > What makes this situation even more weird is that I am working with > > several accounts, and most of them work fine in both environments. I > > am experiencing problems only with one account. All accounts I work > > with are whitelisted, so rate limit should not be an issue here. > > > > I have no idea what may cause this behavior. Could you please explain > > me the possible reasons I am getting 401? > > > > Thanks, > > Uladzimir >