On Thursday 11 March 2010 15:14:49 Roan Kattouw wrote:
No, there are no such limitations. ERR_INVALID_REQ
seems to indicate
there's something wrong with your request, could you pastebin an
example of a full request that fails, including all headers? Also,
does retrying the request help?
I pasted a snippet of the code on pastebin.ca and you can find it at
(I posted only the function that I'm having
It is written on php. The commented "$this->text" (the first one) fails each
time I try with "Error: ERR_INVALID_REQ, errno [No Error]". The uncommented
"$this->text" (the second one) variable works all the time, and this is the
<?xml version="1.0"?><api><edit result="Success"
newrevid="349241149" newtimestamp="2010-03-11T16:15:39Z" />
This is the page that I'm dealing with:
Basically the script takes all articles tagged with "WikiProject Albania" and
puts them in a Public Watchlist, to track changes easily.