Hi Gaurav, Once you've gone through all the steps of OAuth and have acquired an access token (made up of an oauth_token and oauth_token_secret), you can then persist the access token in whatever means of storage your application uses. Then, when making an API call on behalf of a Twitter user for whom you've acquired an access token, you use your stored tokens instead of renegotiating for them.
How to instantiate your OAuth stack's Access Token is different from library to library, but there are some tips that apply here: http://bit.ly/1token Taylor On Wed, Jul 28, 2010 at 3:35 AM, Gaurav Vaish <gaurav.va...@gmail.com>wrote: > Hi, > > Using Twitter4J API, I have been able to successfully fetch the data > and perform an status update using OAuth. > > Here are the results: http://twitter.com/mastergaurav/status/19730194057 > (Positive Results) > > Problem -- > Once a user grants access to the user, how can I reuse the "granted > access" permission over and over again? > > Currently, I use Customer Key and Secret to get "OAuth Request > Token" (by first hitting https://twitter.com/oauth/request_token) > > And I would not like to hit it over and over again for the same user > (until the permissions are revoked). > > > How can I achieve the same... > > > -Gaurav >