Hopefully the doc can be updated so others won't be confused.
On Nov 20, 11:03 pm, djangok <kevincheval...@gmail.com> wrote: > Ok, thank you for the response. > > The Invalid API Version error went away. Authentication works > perfectly now. > > I am encountering an error when trying to use the refresh request you > pointed out to me. > > If I try to make a request like the documentation specifies, the API > refuses it, saying redirect_uri is a missing parameter. > > If I give it the same redirect_uri as the rest of my authentication > system, it redirects with ?error=unsupported_response_type appended to > the end. > > If I pass it response_type=code, then it returns the regular "Would > you like to authorize this app to edit your Disqus forum" page, which > isn't good. > > Is there a response type that I should pass into the GET request that > I don't know of? > > Kevin > > On Nov 19, 5:23 am, Michael HP <wus...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > > > > > > > i don't have documentation, but during bug testing i halted the > > access_token request for at least 20 seconds before successfully > > sending it, i'd imagine the code is valid for a little while longer > > than that, but that really shouldn't be an issue. > > > regarding question 3, you should read the documentation a bit > > more(http://disqus.com/api/docs/auth/#response), the tokens are valid > > for 30days, but you can make an automated process that use the refresh > > token to request a new access_token without the user knowing. > > > On Fri, Nov 18, 2011 at 8:25 PM, djangok <kevincheval...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > I am able to retrieve the temporary code with /api/oauth/2.0/ > > > authorize/ > > > > When I try to retrieve the Access Code from /api/oauth/2.0/ > > > access_token/, I receive HTTP 400: Invalid API Version. > > > > I've checked to make sure the format was correct. I tried it with > > > curl on the command line, and with the python code supplied by Disqus. > > > (https://github.com/disqus/disqus-api-demos/tree/master/comments) > > > Both return the same response. > > > > So, some questions: > > > 1. How long does the temporary code last? 10 secs, 10 mins? Does it > > > time out while I format the request by hand? (I'm just testing right > > > now.) > > > 2. Is there a problem with the server code at Disqus that is > > > generating this request? > > > 3. How long are the access tokens good for? I would really like to > > > allow the Users to authorize my app forever. I can't make them > > > authorize the app every time they log in. > > > > Kevin > > > > -- > > > -- > > >http://groups.google.com/group/disqus-dev?hl=en