I follow that.
I was wondering if the creds needed to be in a session var or not.
I'll give it a try!
On Jul 23, 2010, at 11:00 PM, Abraham Williams wrote:
In redirect.php the request token (also called temporary
credentials) are one use. After the user returns from twitter.com
having authorized the application they are exchanged for an access
token from Twitter which is long lasting and what you are after.
If the request token is not being saved/retrieved from sessions
properly you can print it and the authenticate URL in redirect.php
instead of automatically redirecting. Copy/paste the authenticate
url into a browser window and authorize the app to access the user
account. Then you can manually put the request token into the quick
and dirty code instead of pulling from a session. Keep in mind that
you can only use the request token once so if you don't print the
access token the first time you will have to do it all again.
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