|2012-10-20 21:12:41 - In reply to message 20 from Arno Buizer|
|Yahoo tokens expire after 1 hour. The class is not yet dealing with expired tokens, although the expiry time is tracked.|
For now, just unset the OAUTH_ACCESS_TOKEN session variable manually. Soon I the class will deal with expired tokens properly.
|2012-10-31 11:31:22 - In reply to message 20 from Arno Buizer|
|A new version that deals with expired tokens was just upload. Just let me know if you have any more problems.|
James Van Veen
|2013-06-14 05:50:25 - In reply to message 22 from Manuel Lemos|
Thanks for all your work and continued response to these forums.
I am using your standard "login_with_yahoo" script and am getting the same standard "you have logged in successfully with Yahoo!" message as mentioned before. It looks like the script thinks it is logged in when in reality it isn't.
I am using the latest versions of http.php & this API as of 3 days ago.
|2013-06-14 17:19:56 - In reply to message 23 from James Van Veen|
|Do you mean right after it goes through the authorization process or after the 1 hour when the cookie expires?|
James Van Veen
|2013-06-20 15:33:00 - In reply to message 24 from Manuel Lemos|
|Hi Manuel - it is immediate - I get prompted for authentication correctly, but immediately after that the message seems to be missing the user name for some reason.|
|2013-06-21 04:30:52 - In reply to message 25 from James Van Veen|
|I think you need to set the debug variable and tell me what appears in your PHP error log file so I can understand what is going on there.|