Is there any other direction- I have implemented the token, but it does not 
connect to a specific account. The token allows me to log on to any account 
through the application. I want to lock down the app to one specific account.

Thank you for the help.

A

On Oct 15, 2010, at 9:19 AM, Taylor Singletary wrote:

> There's some background on this approach here: http://bit.ly/1token
> 
> On dev.twitter.com we provide a feature that lets you easily get your own 
> access token as the owner of the application. You then utilize that token 
> whenever it makes sense to.
> 
> We don't have an explicit Objective-C example of this implementation, but I 
> reckon it would be very easy with one of the Objective-C libraries out there. 
> 
> Taylor
> 
> On Fri, Oct 15, 2010 at 6:24 AM, Anthony Thompson Shumate 
> <anthonyshum...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Is there somewhere I can find documentation on this?
> 
> Thanks again for the quick response.
> 
> A
> 
> 
> On Oct 15, 2010, at 8:22 AM, Tom van der Woerdt wrote:
> 
> > You can simply include the access tokens in the application. You don't
> > need anything else.
> >
> > Tom
> >
> >
> > On 10/15/10 5:43 AM, Anthony wrote:
> >> I have be searching high and low to find out if Oauth will allow some
> >> form of embedding the log-in info for a single account from the
> >> iphone. I was using the basic authorization, and with the change it is
> >> no longer working. I have a series of clients who post to an account
> >> to discuss their process for each project. I do not want to give them
> >> the log-in information, but I want them to have posting ability.
> >>
> >> I would prefer to embed the log-in token and just give one of the two
> >> authentication to them- either username or password (or neither). With
> >> Oauth can I use other peoples accounts to post to one. main account?
> >>
> >> I have read on the boards that everyone is skirting the issue, a
> >> twitter does not address it. Oauth appears to be the antithesis of
> >> this concept. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
> >>
> >> Just to be clear- I have a view that has a status box with a post
> >> button. Users with the app do not need to login (but need the app) to
> >> post to the account.) Now when I implement the Oauth, a log-in screen
> >> appears and request a username and password. This would give the users
> >> access to edit the account and to post. I don't want them to be able
> >> to edit the account, but to just post to it.
> >>
> >> Thank you.
> >>
> >> A
> >>
> >
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