|Using your default twitter configuration I am able to login and do POST request, if I however use get/search (and sending query string) for instance I get a "Could not authenticate you" (32) error from the API.|
I reckon it's in the sending of the oauth header.
When I disable authorization_header for the Twitter server, all seems to work fine.
I noticed you updated the class, and added "url_parameters". It could be that this fixes the errors. I will try and see whether this is true. Sorry in advance if it turns out to be ;)
|2012-11-01 17:17:12 - In reply to message 1 from Jaap Moolenaar|
|It seems to be an issue still, i now need to disable both "new" options:|
$this->authorization_header = false;
$this->url_parameters = false;
|2012-11-02 04:21:19 - In reply to message 1 from Jaap Moolenaar|
|Can you tell me the exact API URL and parameters you are using so I can reproduce the problem?|
|2012-11-29 16:40:42 - In reply to message 4 from Stuart Laverick|
it seems if I use GET I need to set authorization_header to FALSE, but if I use POST I need to set it to TRUE
|2012-11-30 09:09:13 - In reply to message 5 from Stuart Laverick|
|Yes, authorization_header should be true and the parameters should always be passed in the URL, but that is the default set by the current class version.|
Are you using the latest class version? It should be at least 1.35 but 1.38 is the latest.
|2012-11-30 15:03:47 - In reply to message 6 from Manuel Lemos|
Upgrading to 1.38 worked for me.
Sorry for the late reaction, I wasn't being notified by the site...
|2012-11-30 22:00:58 - In reply to message 7 from Jaap Moolenaar|
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