Update:  I was using TwitterVB.GetAuthorizationLink() and when I
changed to GetAuthenticationLink(), it worked.

On Oct 7, 3:45 pm, bob <bobkoon...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I have an application that maintains sport fields playing status.
> When it rains, I'd like to update my account to show the closures via
> my .net application.  Problem is when using oAuth, I must sign in to
> allow the app access to my Twitter account.  Is there any way that
> oAuth can do this without needing this step.

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