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Solved it! Turns out a was using the wrong key. I managed to make it work by using both access_token and key in the RequestUrl, and not using the request headers.


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Or can I just spam them out as fast as my program can send them, as, like you said, you cache it anyway. No. The throttle discussion page specifically says: ... we consider > 30 request/sec per IP to be very abusive and thus cut the requests off very harshly. And even though the underlying data is cached for 60 seconds, the HTML requests are not. ...


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You can see your apps, that you registered with the registration page, by going to: stackapps.com/apps/oauth This page is different for every user and you will be forced to log-in to see it. Your profile page has an "apps" tab: This is not the same thing. That tab shows apps that you have authorized to access your account. EG: ...



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