Facebook connect problem

Hi.
I’m trying to allow users can connect with their facebook user. I
already
have the connect button, and the aplicaction indetify is there is a
session
or not.

Here is my problem. I create an application on facebook apps to get my
key.
So, when I use the facebook button the application knows who i am and
reload
my homepage and i can retrieve my facebook información, but when another
user uses the button the open window does not close, does not reload my
home, and goes directly to the user facebook homepage. In this case, my
application identify there is a session but only display my information
(if
I am friend from the logged user) or does not display anything in other
case. The session always has the facebook app information (keys, uid,
etc)

What i am doing wrong? I prove using both Rails (rfacebook) and only
HTML/Javascripts

Tnks.

Margareth

Margareth Florián wrote:

Hi.
I’m trying to allow users can connect with their facebook user. I
already
have the connect button, and the aplicaction indetify is there is a
session
or not.

Here is my problem. I create an application on facebook apps to get my
key.
So, when I use the facebook button the application knows who i am and
reload
my homepage and i can retrieve my facebook información, but when another
user uses the button the open window does not close, does not reload my
home, and goes directly to the user facebook homepage. In this case, my
application identify there is a session but only display my information
(if
I am friend from the logged user) or does not display anything in other
case. The session always has the facebook app information (keys, uid,
etc)

What i am doing wrong? I prove using both Rails (rfacebook) and only
HTML/Javascripts

Then this is probably not a Rails issue, but something to do with
Facebook. You’ll get better help on the Facebook dev forum.

BTW, I don’t think rfacebook is still being developed. Try Facebooker
instead.

Tnks.

Margareth

Best,

Marnen Laibow-Koser
http://www.marnen.org
[email protected]

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