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Anything helpful here...?
John M Bliss
06/21/10 05:16 P
Kris,
Jeff Gladnick
06/23/10 02:19 P
Kris,
Jeff Gladnick
06/23/10 02:30 P
Chris,
Jeff Gladnick
06/23/10 02:30 P
Kris,
Jeff Gladnick
06/23/10 02:30 P
Hello, Kris
Dustin Wardlow
07/01/10 02:44 P
No problem, looking forward to it!
Jeff Gladnick
07/06/10 05:03 P
Anyone else have any luck with this?
Jeff Gladnick
07/14/10 01:26 P
Awesome! Thank you for posting this!
Rick Sanders
07/19/10 09:41 P
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Jeff Gladnick
06/21/2010 04:43 PM

I am having a hell of a time trying to integrate Facebook Connect with coldfusion. Has anyone successfully setup facebook connect to allow users to register for your site via their facebook login?  I'd love, LOVE to see some examples, tutorials, or code. I've tried like 4 different approaches so far, but the farthest I've gotten has been with this app: http://github.com/weejames/Facebook-Connect-Library-for-Cold-Fusion The best I seem to be able to get out of this thing is that after I login via the javascript fb login button (as it suggests), i can now detect a cookie that looks like this: ------------ fbs_132109226808255    access_token=132109226808255|2.8MrDlQyXnaAs5d0xTGxLFg__.3600.1277157600-31504595|ypG_vFwGl3Hd7dCTV5sOwMyfRVk.&expires=1277157600&secret=rCKO2mJYwrsNR54lCpcSeQ__&session_key=2.8MrDlQyXnaAs5d0xTGxLFg__.3600.1277157600-31504595&sig=5f34254d49ba1cdf07a970b9864cbced&uid=31504595 ------------ I previously did oAuth integration with twitter, and this stuff looks familiar.   But I do not know what to do with it at this point, and frankly this mgiht be a dead end.

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John M Bliss
06/21/2010 05:16 PM

Anything helpful here...? http://www.riaforge.org/index.cfm?event=page.search#facebook_catid=1 On Mon, Jun 21, 2010 at 2:38 PM, Jeff Gladnick <jeff.gladnick@gmail.com>wrote: ----- Excess quoted text cut - see Original Post for more -----

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Jeff Gladnick
06/21/2010 05:18 PM

Been through all of them, they are for writing a coldfusion application for facebook.  FB connect is a different animal, and basically provides a single sign on via facebook for your applications. ----- Excess quoted text cut - see Original Post for more -----

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Kris Jones
06/22/2010 12:43 PM

We're using FBConnect for a site in development now. It works fine, no problem. Except when FB does something stupid and breaks the API. Which happens every couple of weeks. Cheers, Kris

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Jeff Gladnick
06/23/2010 02:19 PM

Kris, Would you be willing to share some code?  I'm having a hell of a time interfacing with the API >We're using FBConnect for a site in development now. It works fine, no >problem. Except when FB does something stupid and breaks the API. >Which happens every couple of weeks. > >Cheers, >Kris

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Jeff Gladnick
06/23/2010 02:28 PM

Kris, would you be willing to share some code.  I'm having a hell of a time integrating with the facebook connect API >We're using FBConnect for a site in development now. It works fine, no >problem. Except when FB does something stupid and breaks the API. >Which happens every couple of weeks. > >Cheers, >Kris

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Jeff Gladnick
06/23/2010 02:30 PM

Kris, Would you be willing to share some code?  I'm having a hell of a time interfacing with the API >We're using FBConnect for a site in development now. It works fine, no >problem. Except when FB does something stupid and breaks the API. >Which happens every couple of weeks. > >Cheers, >Kris

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Jeff Gladnick
06/23/2010 02:30 PM

Chris, would you mind sharing your code?  I'm having a hell of a time dealing with the fb connect api >We're using FBConnect for a site in development now. It works fine, no >problem. Except when FB does something stupid and breaks the API. >Which happens every couple of weeks. > >Cheers, >Kris

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Jeff Gladnick
06/23/2010 02:30 PM

Kris, Would you be willing to share some code?  I'm having a hell of a time interfacing with the API >We're using FBConnect for a site in development now. It works fine, no >problem. Except when FB does something stupid and breaks the API. >Which happens every couple of weeks. > >Cheers, >Kris

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Charlie Griefer
06/23/2010 03:07 PM

Reading between the lines, I think Jeff might want you to share some code :) On Wed, Jun 23, 2010 at 10:47 AM, Jeff Gladnick <jeff.gladnick@gmail.com>wrote: ----- Excess quoted text cut - see Original Post for more -----

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Jeff Gladnick
06/23/2010 06:40 PM

Oh christ, i had submission errors and it wasn't coming up, and I assumed the form submittal failed outright.. whoops. >Reading between the lines, I think Jeff might want you to share some code :) > >On Wed, Jun 23, 2010 at 10:47 AM, Jeff Gladnick <jeff.gladnick@gmail.com>wrote:

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Kris Jones
06/26/2010 01:05 PM

Jeff, very sorry to be out of the loop. (But this did give me a chuckle.) Just been underwater with work. I'll send you something on Monday. Cheers, Kris ----- Excess quoted text cut - see Original Post for more -----

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Dustin Wardlow
07/01/2010 02:44 PM

Hello, Kris I can understand how you would not want to post much on this forum for everyone to use, but do you know of anywhere that might be a good source of info on this specific topic... I am afraid Jeff is not the only one struggling with this, lol My Best, Dustin >Jeff, very sorry to be out of the loop. (But this did give me a >chuckle.) Just been underwater with work. I'll send you something on >Monday. > >Cheers, >Kris

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Kris Jones
07/02/2010 03:29 PM

Sorry guys, I'm happy to post something, I'm just completely underwater with work ramping up for a launch. I hope to have time to scrub-up some code to post this weekend. Cheers, Kris On Thu, Jul 1, 2010 at 2:28 PM, Dustin Wardlow <dustinwardlow@gmail.com> wrote: ----- Excess quoted text cut - see Original Post for more -----

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Scott Brady
07/07/2010 07:19 AM

And that's why I'm pretty negative on integrating with Facebook.  We created an app 2 years ago and could never get the functionality of processing some of our code after someone removed our app to work.  The API for that was always broken. Or, we'd finally see that it had been fixed, but by the time we got to it, it was broken again. (I expect someone to tell me here it works now, but by the time I would get to it again, it would be broken. ) ) The lack of stability in their integration apparently isn't any better now with FB Connect. On Tue, Jun 22, 2010 at 10:05 AM, Kris Jones <kris.jones2@verizon.net>wrote: > > We're using FBConnect for a site in development now. It works fine, no > problem. Except when FB does something stupid and breaks the API. > Which happens every couple of weeks. > > -- ----------------------------------------- Scott Brady http://www.scottbrady.net/

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Jeff Gladnick
07/08/2010 01:07 PM

Unfortunately, its being demanded here, so its gotta be done.  Anyone else have any success with facebook connect? ----- Excess quoted text cut - see Original Post for more -----

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Jeff Gladnick
07/14/2010 01:26 PM

Anyone else have any luck with this?

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Jeff Gladnick
07/19/2010 07:23 PM

I finally got this roughly working using some different code: http://facebookgraph.riaforge.org/

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Rick Sanders
07/19/2010 09:41 PM

Awesome! Thank you for posting this! Rick Sanders Webenergy www.webenergy.ca I finally got this roughly working using some different code: http://facebookgraph.riaforge.org/

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Jeff Gladnick
07/20/2010 12:53 PM

Glad you liked it.  Let me know if you (or anyone else) would like commit privelages to contribute to the project. We still need to build out the post-to-facebook functionality. ----- Excess quoted text cut - see Original Post for more -----


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