I had set callback url to my localhost for testing purpose. Everything was fine, my app had redirected to my localhost and I got access token too. Later, I set call back url to my hosting server but it’s still redirecting to my localhost. I checked my call back url setting it shows the url of my hosting server but still redirecting to local host. Please help me to get rid of this issue.
Whatever your code passes for the callback URL at runtime is what’s used. The code’s callback URL will override the application settings here on the developer website.
Soooo … I would guess your code still passes a localhost URL.
The best thing to do is write your code in a way that it works regardless of where it’s running. For example, I use the following code in Java to generate a callback URL:StringBuffer callbackURL = request.getRequestURL(); int index = callbackURL.lastIndexOf("/"); callbackURL.replace(index, callbackURL.length(), "").append("/callback.jsp"); RequestToken twitterRequestToken = twitter.getOAuthRequestToken(callbackURL.toString());