As of yesterday, I started getting authentication errors, when
using Bret Taylor's Google App Engine example.
The failure comes when the /login callback is invoked with the wrap
code = self.request.get("wrap_verification_code")
url = "https://friendfeed.com/account/wrap/access_token?" + \
wrap_callback=self.request.host_url + "/login",
Could this mean that the FriendFeed API is not passing back valid
I admin to being a bit confused here. After having this fail in my app
I created a test app that is exactly the same as Bret Taylor's
example, and it still seems to fail.
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I may have jumped the gun, but it looks to me like it's working
again. BTW, my hope is that my work with FriendFeed will pave the way
for porting my app to Facebook.
On Feb 3, 1:36 pm, Luke Shepard <lshep...@facebook.com> wrote:
> Ted- thanks for the report. I can confirm that the sample app isn't working correctly. We'll take a look at it and get back to you.
> On Feb 3, 2010, at 6:57 AM, egilchri wrote:
> > Hello,
> > As of yesterday, I started getting authentication errors, when
> > using Bret Taylor's Google App Engine example.
> Yeah it was a rate issue caused by App Engine shared IPs. I've reset the limits for that ip.
> In most handlers we use the application id (or a combination of application id + user id) for the rate key but we weren't for the access_token handler. I'm pushing a fix so this won't happen again.
> Thanks for the heads up
Can you give it a try again?
On Feb 3, 9:57 am, egilchri <egilc...@gmail.com> wrote:
> As of yesterday, I started getting authentication errors, when
> using Bret Taylor's Google App Engine example.