P.S. Here's more about the OAuth proxy approach:

On Mon, Jul 19, 2010 at 7:08 AM, Taylor Singletary <
taylorsinglet...@twitter.com> wrote:

> There are a few ways to go about this, and some are easier than others. The
> easier the solution, the less control you have over the experience provided.
> I'll assume your Orkut application is OpenSocial-based. If you have a
> remote server component to your Orkut application, you may find it easiest
> to integrate with the Twitter API from the perspective of your server. You
> would then issue gadgets.io.makeRequest calls to your own servers, which
> would proxy the necessary requests to Twitter. This alleviates the need to
> store any of your API credentials within your gadget spec.
> Orkut makes OpenSocial gadget specs publicly available, so you can't use
> any solution that would present your consumer secret directly within the
> gadget spec.
> The simplest solution is just to pre-construct a link to Twitter.com with a
> status message pre-populated. This solution also gives you the least amount
> of control. http://twitter.com/?status=something
> There is no solution you can use where you'd have the user directly enter
> their login and password into your OpenSocial application.
> Another option you can look into, though you'd have some minor security
> concerns, is using @Anywhere within your OpenSocial application. I haven't
> personally tried @Anywhere with OpenSocial, and there are likely some
> technical hurdles you'd have to overcome with targeting the proper IFRAMEs.
> Finally, there's another option though I don't know how easy it is to get
> the Google team to do the necessary steps. OpenSocial includes an OAuth
> Proxy that requires you to pre-register your remote service (Twitter)
> credentials with the social network (Orkut) and then use the OAuth proxy to
> communicate without compromising your tokens in a publicly available gadget
> spec.
> Taylor
> On Mon, Jul 19, 2010 at 12:04 AM, Pyrocks <kiranbe...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> HI Friends,
>> I am new to this twitter implementation in orkut apps.
>> I have a requirement in my orkut application that i have to do tweet
>> functionality in my application that will posted some message in his
>> twitter profile page from my application.
>> User will give his twitter user id and password  when user click
>> submit button some message has to be posted in his twitter profile
>> from my application.
>> I have no idea about this implementation.I want some help.
>> If any body knows about this please provide some information related
>> to that or any URL.
>> This is immediate requirement in my application. I am expecting
>> response from forum people as soon as possible.
>> Thanks and Regards.
>> Py

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