Support » Plugin: WP LinkedIn » Compatible with W3TotalCache?

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  • Plugin Author Claude Vedovini

    (@cvedovini)

    Yes, it’s compatible with W3TC. Check the following:

    – Make sure your server’s time is correct.
    – If you are using an external cache system make sure it’s properly configured.
    – Try to uncheck the Verify SSL peer option on the plugin’s settings page.

    Thanks for the quick reply.

    – Servertime is checked and correct.
    – SSL peer option is unchecked.

    – What do you mean by “properly configured” for the external cache system?
    For testing purposes I switched off W3TC and the access token problem is not happening.

    The WP installation is working nicely apart from the “access token” problem.

    Tx,
    Frank

    Plugin Author Claude Vedovini

    (@cvedovini)

    The plugin uses the Transient API to cache the access token, when you use W3TC and configure the Object Cache then transients are stored in the underlying cache. If that cache doesn’t work then the token is never cached and thus always invalid.

    If you know what I am talking about then make sure the cache is correctly configured (it’s likely to impact other aspect of the site) otherwise disable the Object Cache in W3TC.

    Plugin Author Claude Vedovini

    (@cvedovini)

    you can read that for more information: http://codex.wordpress.org/Class_Reference/WP_Object_Cache

    Thank you. I disabled the object cache and things are working nicely now.

    Regards,
    Frank

    Plugin Author Claude Vedovini

    (@cvedovini)

    You’re welcome

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