- Keep your OAuth Nonce values simple.
The Twitter Api, which is requiring all clients to move to OAuth for authentication by June 30, 2010, like all OAuth systems requires a nonce value for every call. This value is supposed to be random and unique for each request you make.buy ultram online
While there are many ways to generate a random ASCII value, our recent experience with Twitter’s OAuth system shows that a nonce value should not include a ‘%’ character – which would happen if your value has any non-URL-safe character. Twitter will return you a 401 error and tell you that your signature and token cannot be verified.buy diazepam online without prescription
We’ve filed a bug with Twitter. But until then, keep your nonce value to ASCII letters & numbers and the calls will work just fine.valium online no prescriptionbuy tramadol without prescription soma online no prescription provigil online pharmacy adipex online without prescription ativan online no prescription buy ambien without prescription buy klonopin online buy xanax online