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Make sure that you have coded all the bits that you can do first. This ensures that any request for help is genuine. If the project idea is any good, you should find that, although you can't get what you want, you can get what you need. Have you tried Microsoft's CodePlex. From here you can create a 'publishable', and also advertise (for free) job ...


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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


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The StackWrap4J library is very obsolete. Its page states: The latest build was tested against version 1.0 of the API on July 28th. But API version 1 has been shut down for quite a while. The API is currently at version 2.2. Choose a different library. The list is at stackapps.com/questions/tagged/library+java. Choose one that supports API version ...


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"A number of" might be a bit of a misnomer, as there are a whopping four standard ones: From the filters documentation: default, each type documents which fields are returned under the default filter (for example, answers). withbody, which is default plus the *.body fields none, which is empty total, which includes just .total The page also ...


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There's no one way. Here's a recipe you can use: Make a proper app post here on StackApps. See How to list your application/library/wrapper/script here. Look for posts on Meta Stack Overflow (MSO) and/or on Meta Stack Exchange (MSE) where your app might make part of a good answer. If you find such posts, make proper answer(s) to them -- linking both to the ...



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