Signature method for radio.getPlaylist

 
    • yuanj a dit :...
    • Utilisateur
    • 7 avr. 2011, 15h15m

    Signature method for radio.getPlaylist

    I got api_sig and then use it at method "auth.getSession" successfully. However, when I tried to use it at the method radio.getPlaylist, I got the error 13, which says "invalid signature method". How does that happen?

    • tburny a dit :...
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    • 8 avr. 2011, 10h03m
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    • rjduranjr a dit :...
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    • 28 fév. 2012, 9h29m
    I have basically this same question posted here http://www.last.fm/forum/21716/_/2033353

    I cannot make an authenticated call to radio.getPlaylist.

    1. When making an authenticated call to any method I need to generate a new api_sig for that method, correct?

    For example, I should generate an api_sig=md5("api_keyxxxxxxxxxxmethodradio.getPlaylisttokenyyyyyymysecret") correct?

    2. Do I need to do anything before trying to get the playlist above with radio.getPlaylist?? I read somewhere that radio.tune is needed but I don't see how if you are just looking for a user playlist, which I assume isn't the same thing as a "station" correct?

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