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Subject:Getting error "Invalid username/password"
Summary:I am getting error "Invalid username/password"
Messages:5
Author:hitul
Date:2010-10-25 11:10:43
Update:2011-01-17 22:07:31
 

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hitul
2010-10-25 11:10:43
Hello,
I am getting error "Invalid username/password" when executing example.php with my twitter username & password even if both are correct. I checked with another account too and I got the same error. What I should do in this case? Please help me. Thanks in advance.

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Jorge Naula
2010-11-09 00:27:03 - In reply to message 1 from hitul
i have the same problem.
Anybody has an answer??

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Graham Kendall
2011-01-04 21:14:02 - In reply to message 2 from Jorge Naula
Yep - same problem - and my username/password is correct.

Looking through the class, it is generating an HTTP 401 (and calling Error(4)), but I don't know why.

Anybody else have this problem and resolved it.

I even tried doing the call from different directories/folders, but still the same.

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Chris Pollard
2011-01-17 21:49:30 - In reply to message 3 from Graham Kendall
Same issue here. Actually, same issue trying multiple scripts for PHP-based updates. I'm wondering if it isn't something Twitter has done to the API since these were written.

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Graham Kendall
2011-01-17 22:07:32 - In reply to message 4 from Chris Pollard
Yes, you are right (something to do with OAuth!!).

I have found another way of doing it. Take a look at

http://graham-kendall.com/blog/?p=103/

where I wrote a blog on it. Wwell, a way to tweet with PHP, which is running as we speak.