When I use the code in programming cloud which I used in my home edition I get error messages. I am not able to find the reason for the error because the same code works perfectly in my desktop home edition. Is there any difference in the coding aspect?
The task: I am looking to import comments from Facebook from a particular post. I am able to do this easily in my desktop home edition. When the same code is used in cloud programming its not working. I don;t know why its not working. What changes should I do to make it work properly. I am not able to see any flaws in my logic. I am finding hard to debug the error. Please let me know how to overcome this. Thanks in advance.
As no one has tried to answer your question, I'll speculate that the Wolfram cloud doesn't have access to your Facebook account.
I don't think so it can be the reason. Because I am able to take the post information from my Facebook account. If I am able to take posts from my account logically there should not be a problem to take comments. There must be some technical issues which I am not able to solve. Logically there should not be any issue. My guess is I am using FQL to retrieve my post and comment. But Facebook is switching to Graph API. On the other hand Mathematica is improving towards natural language. That may work. May be I need to change my old code to new. This is my speculation. Not sure. Correct me if I am wrong.
SocialMediaData is not yet supported on Wolfram Programming Cloud. It is in the to-do list.