When you direct the user to oauth/authorize, the user will be presented with an "Allow"/"Deny" page from Twitter. If they "Allow", they then will be given an PIN on the screen. The user will need to give this PIN to you.
Ryan On Tue, Jan 12, 2010 at 7:59 PM, dduby <nezzi...@gmail.com> wrote: > hi,,, > i am trying to make mobile app for Android. > For athenticaion, i followed this procedure. > i got concumer key and secret key,, problem is , i don't know how to > generate PIN code.. > is there any web site? > please answer my question. > The application uses oauth/request_token to obtain a request token > from twitter.com. > The application directs the user to oauth/authorize on twitter.com. > After obtaining approval from the user, a prompt on twitter.com will > display a 7 digit PIN. > The user is instructed to copy this PIN and return to the appliction. > The application will prompt the user to enter the PIN from step 4. > The application uses the PIN as the value for the oauth_verifier > parameter in a call to oauth/access_token which will verify the PIN > and exchange a request_token for an access_token. > Twitter will return an access_token for the application to generate > subsequent OAuth signatures. >