Thanks a lot. It 's really helpful.

On Oct 28, 6:42 pm, Tom van der Woerdt <i...@tvdw.eu> wrote:
> No, your keys will not change. However, once you deploy your new
> application, all users that authorized your *old* application remain
> Read-Only.
>
> Tom
>
> On 10/28/10 6:42 AM, Niraj Joshi wrote:
>
> > Hi Taylor
>
> > Thanks for your response.
>
> > Still I have some confusion. My current iphone application on appstore
> > uses the Twitter application
> > having read only access. Now I had used the consumer key & consumer
> > secret to access that application.
> > My question is if i change the access type to read-write mode will it
> > affect my current consumer key &
> > secret. will they get changed? Doing so will affect the current users
> > of my iphone application or i will
> > have to modify consumer key & secret & rebuild the app on the
> > appstore?
>
> > What are the proper steps to change that access type of the twitter
> > application? Can you please elaborate?
>
> > On Oct 27, 7:17 pm, Taylor Singletary <taylorsinglet...@twitter.com>
> > wrote:
> >> When you change an application from read-only mode to read-write mode, it
> >> only effects access tokens created after you've made the switch. So if you
> >> want write priviledges for any existing access tokens, you'll have to
> >> re-negotiate them.
>
> >> Taylor
>
> >> On Wed, Oct 27, 2010 at 2:58 AM, Niraj Joshi 
> >> <joshi.niraj...@gmail.com>wrote:> Hi I created the new application in 
> >> Twitter & enabled xAuth support
> >>> for the same. Previously the application Default Access type was "read
> >>> only". Using the consumer key & secret I made my iphone application &
> >>> it is now on app store.
>
> >>> Now i want to change Default Access type to "read-write" mode, as read
> >>> only application cannot use "POST" method. [i.e. while using method
> >>> "statuses/update" to post new tweet i am getting response as :
>
> >>> error : Read-only application cannot POST
>
> >>> So I want to change "Default Access type" to "read-write".
>
> >>> My question is that if i perform above change will it affect my
> >>> current app users ? As i afraid that doing so will change my consumer
> >>> key & secret (May be) (using which i created app & used for app
> >>> store.) ???
>
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