1. You don't sign the test variable, you sign the URL variable, which isn't an endpoint. 2. You don't use the req variable to make the request, but instead you create a new connection which is completely unrelated to the signed request.

Tom


On 6/6/11 4:54 PM, Correa Denzil wrote:
Is that Python? : Yes

1. You aren't signing using the proper url.
Is the end point URL wrong?

2. You aren't using anything related to the signature on the request (req)
I am a newbie to Python. I am trying to dabble using OAuth. I
understand the OAuth flow but somehow what I am doing seems a bit
tangential to what OAuth is meant for. What should I do to rectify it
?

--Regards,
Denzil




On Mon, Jun 6, 2011 at 8:16 PM, Tom van der Woerdt<i...@tvdw.eu>  wrote:
You aren't using anything related to the signature on the request (req).

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