We've made considerable improvements to the profile image uploading process
recently that should, in general, decrease the amount of spurious 500 errors
you receive when uploading. This means that when a 500 occurs, it's likely
something exceptional or you're using outdated endpoints.

Can you send an example of the HTTP headers you are using for your request,
a truncated example of your POST body, and the explicit URLs you are
executing? Please be sure you are using api.twitter.com/1/* for all REST API
operations.

Thanks,
Taylor

On Tue, Sep 7, 2010 at 5:55 AM, lch1721 <lch1...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi guys!
> I am try to upload image for profile.
> i check the Post, multipart, oauth sign, image to byte[],
> but 500 error return
> what miss i take?
>
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