Unfortunately that is not an option for us as we have no 'users'. We
have a server that gleans information then posts it into twitter
feeds, all automated.

On Sep 2, 11:30 pm, Tom van der Woerdt <i...@tvdw.eu> wrote:
> Don't worry, you'll get your answer, and if not then you'll just have to
> wait until my school is over (which is now).
> Anyway, to answer your question: Yes, you may like to use xAuth to
> convert all username/password combinations to OAuth credentials. For new
> users you should simply do the "OAuth Dance". You can then use these
> credentials to make the requests to the API.
> Tom
> On 9/2/10 12:00 PM, Cradash wrote:
> > xAuth perhaps?
> > On Sep 2, 4:28 pm, Cradash <rand...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >> A Java example is unnecessary, more to the point I basically just need
> >> to figure out how it can be done.
> >> On Sep 2, 3:40 pm, Cradash <rand...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >>> We are a bit late to the game and haven't migrated to Oauth and now
> >>> are scrambling to do so, we're running some Automated tweets (we get
> >>> the info and put it in a Twitter stream). I haven't found any examples
> >>> of how to authorize an automated stream and was wondering in anyone
> >>> had any suggestions . It's written in Scala but all I would need is a
> >>> Java example.

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