Hi everyone,

I'm in the same boat as Paul G. My company publishes updates to
Twitter whenever we post a new story. To date our code using basic
authentication was working great. Now we're switching over to OAUTH
using Abraham Williams library. I setup an app on Twitter's
development site, got my keys and tokens and tried using the PHP
twitteroauth library, but on my test server I can't even get the
example to work. I get the "Could not connect to Twitter. Refresh the
page or try again later" message. I've got the library running on my
Mac Pro with Apache running on a port-forward.

I'll note that when I created the app I used application type: browser
and callback url: blank

Any help would be appreciated. Code always welcome :-)


On Jul 22, 2:09 pm, Paul G <p...@taosinteractive.com> wrote:
> Hi Everyone.
> I've been puzzling overOAuthfor some time now with little insight
> into how to apply it to my situation.  If someone could nudge me in
> the right direction I'd be most grateful.
> What I am doing now is very simple.  Whenever my company publishes new
> content to it's websites, the companyTwitteraccount is updated to
> reflect it.   This is not an application that is open to public use.
> It doesn't require any browser-based login boxes or http redirects as
> part of the process.  In fact, such a requirement would prevent the
> function of my current routine.
> EXAMPLE:  (synopsis)
>         require "classes/Twitter.class.php";
>         $PMTtweet = newTwitter("$twitterunamePMT", "$twitterpwordPMT");
>         $PMTsuccess = $PMTtweet->update("$thisTweet");
> My questions are:
> 1. Do I need to upgrade toOAuth?
> 2. If I need to upgrade toOAuth, can it be done in such a way as to
> work without browser login and redirect requirements? (as per example)
> 3. If 2 is true, any tutorials that match that situation you can point
> me to?
> 4. If 1 && 2,  where/how would I acquire the tokens necessary to useOAuth?
> Apologies for the basic questions.  I really did make an effort to
> ferret out the answers but all the examples I encountered were much
> more complex than my situation requires.
> Thanks
> Paul G

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