Postal code and distance search? #128

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Sedward opened this Issue Jul 20, 2012 · 4 comments

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Sedward commented Jul 20, 2012

Has anyone been able to search using postal-code and distance? I have been using the client like this

client.search(:postal_code => 40217, :distance => 2)

I required webmock to intercept and show me the api request url and that looks correct but the results I get are from San Francisco. I tried the same in the apigee console and got different results.

Sedward commented Aug 20, 2013

Unfortunately, no. I had the same problem you seem to be having. I was
never sure if it was the gem or the LinkedIn api. I also wondered if it
required a premium account. I found their api fairly restrictive.
On Aug 20, 2013 6:00 AM, "kirsty williams" notifications@github.com wrote:

Did you ever solve this issue? I'm attempting the same method however the
results obtained don't appear to have taken these params into account at
all.


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Oh, my comment seems to have disappeared. Anyway, thanks for your reply. I agree, Linkedin is by far one of the most restrictive APIs I have worked with. I've tested the search using a premium account so I don't think that is the issue. Hopefully I'll find a solution soon.

Sedward commented Aug 20, 2013

Sure, good luck!
On Aug 20, 2013 6:33 AM, "kirsty williams" notifications@github.com wrote:

Oh, my comment seems to have disappeared. Anyway, thanks for your reply. I
agree, Linkedin is by far one of the most restrictive APIs I have worked
with. I've tested the search using a premium account so I don't think that
is the issue. Hopefully I'll find a solution soon.


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hundredwatt commented Nov 22, 2014

Closing for now, please comment if this is till an issue

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