On 9/2/10 8:24 PM, Jonathan del Strother wrote:
> Hi,
> Our site offers cross-site logins using Twitter's authentication oauth
> url, and also has post-to-twitter functionality using the
> authorization url.  To what extent are the tokens obtained from either
> of these interchangeable?  It seems like I can use an authentication
> token to post tweets, for example.  Is this guaranteed to stay like
> this, or must I get both authentication & authorization if I want to
> log a user in from their twitter account, and also post stuff to their
> twitter account?
> 
> -Jonathan
> 

Hi Jonathan,

Not 100% sure what you mean, but if you are talking about the difference
between "/oauth/authenticate" and "/oauth/authorize", then don't worry,
tokens are tokens :-)

Tom

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