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OAuth::getRequestHeaderGenerar un string de firma de cabecera OAuth


public OAuth::getRequestHeader(string $http_method, string $url, mixed $extra_parameters = ?): string

Generar un string de firma de cabecera OAuth basada en el método HTTP final, el URL y los parámetros de string/array



Método HTTP para la petición.


URL para la petición.


String o array de parámetros adicionales.

Valores devueltos

Un string que contiene la cabecera solicitada generada o false en caso de error

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me at chrishowie dot com
7 years ago
The documentation does not specify the difference between passing a string and passing an array for the third parameter. We spent two days debugging before reading the C source code to figure out that there is a significant and undocumented difference between the two.

"a=1" and array("a" => 1) are handled very differently!

If you are making a POST/PUT request (or anything with an entity body) then you should pass that as a string.

If you are making a request with a query string, you should pass that as an associative array.

If you pass "a=1" intending that to specify the query string, the generated signature will be invalid -- it will process this as if you were POSTing the content "a=1" instead.
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