I've downloaded the newest release of the Facebook Developer Toolkit and tried to write my first desktop application.
Unfortunately, the most examples I've tried are written for old assembly releases.
I want to get all online friends. I guess, the most common way to do this is using fql, isn't it?
But I get always an System.StackOverflowException. What I did false?
I'm not sure whats the name of the method and the key name of the key-value-pair.
private static void ShowOnlineFriends()
string apiKey = "<mykey>";
string secret = "<mysecret>";
FacebookAPI fapi = new FacebookAPI();
fapi.ApplicationKey = apiKey;
fapi.Secret = secret;
fapi.IsDesktopApplication = true;
XmlDocument xDoc = fapi.ExecuteApiCall("Fql.query", true, new KeyValuePair<string, string="">("query",
"SELECT uid FROM user WHERE uid IN (SELECT uid2 FROM friend WHERE uid1=", fapi.UserId, ") AND 'active' IN online_presence")));
Thank you very much in advance.
Jul 24, 2008 at 7:46 PM
Edited Jul 25, 2008 at 12:31 AM
This works for me
fqlResult = _fbService.DirectFQLQuery("SELECT ...");
XmlDocument fqlxmldoc = new XmlDocument();
My issue is that i'm selecting start_time from the events database, which gives me a double value.. It represents the amount of seconds since Jan 1 1970 GMT, yet I can't seem to get it to convert properly. Nobody on the facebook discussion areas
seems to know what its about, and it seems like this microsoftfacebook solution is completely unsupported. I tried the getEvents function instead,wtf is with this DateTime? argument? what do you mean DateTime? <- with a question mark, like whoever
wrote and managed to compile this dll wasn't sure.
I think the only solution is to forget microsoft and go to PHP.. at least they have people who care enough to respond on the discussion boards.