Oauth POST requests throw NSURLErrorUserCancelledAuthentication error


#1

I am creating an application for iOS and I am using OAuth 1. GET requests seem to work fine but as soon as I try to make POST requests I get the following error :

According to Apple’s “Foundation Constants Reference” :

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NSURLErrorUserCancelledAuthentication
Returned when an asynchronous request for authentication is cancelled by the user.
This is typically incurred by clicking a “Cancel” button in a username/password dialog, rather than the user making an attempt to authenticate.
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Now I am not quite sure what is happening, as POST requests are generated pretty similarly to the GET requests. Any ideas what is causing this error ?

All the best,


#2

Is your application and access tokens configured to perform POST actions? (It requires the “RW” permission level on both the application and access token level)


#3

Well on access token level it definitely is, I am not quite sure if it is on application level… How do I check this ?


#4

I suspected the authorization header to be the culprit, but I checked it against the one generated in the app here and they seem to match in terms of parameters