I'm suggesting that you find out what endpoint (Twitter URL) your app is targeting, and make sure that it matches what is currently documented. If it doesn't match, correct it. That's what worked for me.

On 06/13/2011 08:05 AM, Amit Battan Ror wrote:
I am not getting the solution.

and my API was working fine beofre 2 3 days..

but not now..

all other API except getFollowersIncludingCurrentStatus working ok and
return proper output

On Jun 13, 5:53 pm, Bill Jacobson<gabe...@gmail.com>  wrote:
Amit,

I don't know your library, but in my case the 403 was accompanied by the
message "Not authorized to use this endpoint" and the solution was to
update to "http://api.twitter.com/1[etc.]";.

Bill Jacobson

On 06/13/2011 05:39 AM, Amit Battan Ror wrote:







any idea guys
On Jun 10, 4:33 pm, Amit Battan Ror<batta...@gmail.com>    wrote:
Hi All
I am using 
Twitter-OAuth-iPhonehttps://github.com/bengottlieb/Twitter-OAuth-iPhone
I am calling [twitterObj getFollowersIncludingCurrentStatus:NO] for
getting my friend list which was working fine. But from last two days
its giving me the 403 error.
-- Twitter Request FD751461-39C4-4EAB-A0F7-D1ED262B19EA failed with
error: Error Domain=HTTP Code=403 "The operation couldn�t be
completed. (HTTP error 403.)"
As twitter api wiki 403 is due to crossing the limit of updates and DM
but here in getFollowersIncludingCurrentStatus Why this error
occurring and even list is not comes next day giving same 403 error.
Thanks
Amit Battan

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