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I forgot to add the scope in the authentication url according to this document https://api.stackexchange.com/docs/authentication#scope 1.Send a user to https://stackexchange.com/oauth, with these query string parameters ◦client_id ◦scope (details) ◦redirect_uri - must be under an apps registered domain ◦state - optional
I am aware that the last activity in this thread was more than four years ago, but since it still shows up in Google searches, I would like to point out some errors in the conversion. I have no comments to the JSON.net related part of the converter, since that is what I searched for. But the conversion from and to UNIX timestamps is wrong. A UNIX timestamp ...
You have to create a post describing your application, and edit it into your application's registration. Basically, the first arrow needs a value; and you can set it when you edit (with the second arrow). Click "Manage your applications" in the homepage sidebar of Stack Apps to get to your application list. We require this so that: we always have a ...
In a nutshell and don't know ask me how to write this in C#: That first "500 error" page is normal. You must display that to the user and the user must approve. When the user approves, the page will redirect to a page (nominally stackexchange.com/oauth/login_success) with the access_token in the URL parameters. For example: ...
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