Fortunately, when I tried that it didn't work. Jim
On Aug 26, 11:29 am, JDG <ghil...@gmail.com> wrote: > Yeah there is, albeit not a very nice one: You can dohttp://user:p...@site/ > > > > On Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 09:24, Josh Roesslein <jroessl...@gmail.com> wrote: > > How is that scrapping? He is just launching IE and pointing the browser at > > a twitter web page for viewing. > > As long as he does not parse that page for data and just uses it to display > > that's not scrapping. > > Now I don't think there is a legit way of passing login credentials, that > > the user will have to do > > on there own. > > > On Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 8:15 AM, Stuart <stut...@gmail.com> wrote: > > >> 2009/8/26 balu reghu <baluk...@gmail.com>: > > >> > Hi all, > >> > Can i pass my credentials to browser.I am working on a twitter > >> > application. > >> > On a click i am trying to show the twitter site. If i have the > >> > credentials with me.Can i make the user view his tweets without login > >> > (again) > > >> > this is my code > > >> > on a click > >> > Process.Start(@"\Windows\iexplore.exe", > >> > "http://m.twitter.com/search/ > >> > users?q=" + "tbsearch.Text"); > > >> > In this case the browser will show a popup .asking for user name and > >> > password.Is there any way to pass the credentials? > > >> That is not an API call so what you're doing is scraping the Twitter > >> site. They don't like you doing that and it will likely get your IP > >> blocked if you keep doing it. > > >> -Stuart > > >> -- > >>http://stut.net/projects/twitter/ > > > -- > > Josh > > -- > Internets. Serious business.