Has anyone been successful using reverse_auth?


#1

I have been granted access to use it, but I’m having difficulty getting a successful response from twitter. I’m pretty sure its the way I’m packaging my authorization header. I’m using OAuth Consumer for iPhone and when using a regular signed request I get an auth token, but after sending a request using reverse_auth I always get “Failed to validate oauth signature and token”.

Any help would be appreciated, thanks.


#2

Hi @ngoan, I think that we’ve already resolved this issue for you, but if you still need help please let us know.


#3

@ngoan have you resolved this issue? I am facing an issue on how to do the reverse oauth correctly


#4

Yes, issue has been resolved, thank you.


#5

ngoan, would you mind sharing how the issue has been resolved, because I am facing the exactly the same problem here now


#6

same here


#7

I’m successfully able to get the access token (reverse auth has been enabled), but step 2 of obtaining the request token returns an error:

Reverse auth credentials are invalid

Any idea what error code 101 represents? The code follows the sample code from the documentation.


#8

I’m successfully able to get the access token too (reverse auth has been enabled), but step 2 of obtaining the request token returns an error:

Error processing your OAuth request: invalid signature or token

Any idea what error code 89 represents? The code follows the sample code from the documentation.


#9

Hi I am having exactly the same issue although I received an email from Twitter saying the account has been enabled. Any idea?