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Confirmed Bug in Datameer – Twitter App

  • #49091
    Carolus Holman
    Participant

    I wasn’t able to get the Twitter Application working using the Datameer Playground Sandbox here is the response from Datameer regarding this issue:
    Carolus -I found a confirmed bug related to this issue in the older Datameer versions, but the issue is fixed since 3.0.16. It seems like you are using a trial Datameer version; feel free to download the current version, 3.1.1 - http://www.datameer.com/download-direct.html.
    I am sorry for the inconvenience. Let me know if you need any assistance with the upgrade (in case you decide to upgrade) - http://documentation.datameer.com/documentation/current/Upgrade+Instructions.

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