You have to make sure that `Twitterh.OAuth_token` and
`Twitterh.OAuth_token_secret` stays same before and after restarting
the application. Also, make sure that `oauth_timestamp` is up to date
and `oauth_nonce` is unique each time you make a request.

On Oct 1, 6:05 am, eMailaya <a...@emailaya.com> wrote:
> i could really use some help here
> thanks
>
> On Sep 29, 7:05 pm, eMailaya <a...@emailaya.com> wrote:
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> > any kind of help here will be appreciated
> > thanks
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> > On Sep 28, 8:06 pm, eMailaya <a...@emailaya.com> wrote:
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> > > im doing the following:
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> > >     Twitterh.Key := <consumer key - hard coded>
> > >     Twitterh.Secret := <consumer secret - hard coded>
> > >     Twitterh.OAuth_token :=
> > > SettingsFile.ReadString('TWITTER','TOKEN',''); //saved from when i got
> > > the authorization from the user
> > >     Twitterh.OAuth_token_secret :=
> > > SettingsFile.ReadString('TWITTER','TOKENSECRET',''); //saved from when
> > > i got the authorization from the user
>
> > > after getting the authorization from the user i can do both getting
> > > the statuses of the user and the followees but NOT updating the
> > > status.
> > > after "restart" of the application, at first try i do succeed to
> > > receive the user's statuses but not his followees' , on second try
> > > (without restart), i can do nothing and all for the same reason: not
> > > authorized
>
> > > not sure i understood the other reply of re-hashing, hashing of what
> > > exactly? the only place i do some "processing" is when i ask for
> > > authorization from the user. i want it so once i have it, to not need
> > > to re-ask it over and over again
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> > > what am i missing?
> > > thanks
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> > > On Sep 28, 10:52 am, Tom van der Woerdt <i...@tvdw.eu> wrote:
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> > > > If you save those four keys, you should have everything you need to
> > > > restore the "session".
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> > > > If this does not work for you, make sure that you save the keys
> > > > properly. For example, you don't want to confuse oauth_token with
> > > > oauth_consumer_key.
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> > > > Tom
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> > > > On 9/28/10 12:39 AM, eMailaya wrote:
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> > > > > Im developing a desktop application. firstly, the user needs to
> > > > > approve my app to let it access his account, enter the PIN code and
> > > > > retrieve his statuses and his followees' statuses, all is working
> > > > > fine.
>
> > > > > im closing my application and re-open it. now i already have his PIN
> > > > > code so im skipping the authorization part. i put the oauth_key and
> > > > > oauth_key_secret, the consumer_key and consumer_secret and ask for his
> > > > > statuses, this one works but when i want to retrieve his followees
> > > > > statuses i get "unauthorized" error. trying again causing the
> > > > > "unauthorized" error also for his statuses. the only way to solve this
> > > > > problem is to ask for an authorization everytime, this is annoying.
>
> > > > > also, i cant update the status for the same reason/error
> > > > > any idea what am i missing?
> > > > > thanks

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