The OAuth Callback parameter comes from you -- or your application, anyway.
It's the specific URL you want the User to be sent to after they sign in and
approve your application on Twitter's OAuth confirmation screens. This
location will be sent back the oauth_token (request token) for the current
user and an oauth_verifier parameter that you then need to re-use to
establish an access token. So the URL that you define as your callback_url
is the place that will trigger that next stage of events.

Taylor

On Thu, Jan 27, 2011 at 8:57 AM, jyoti singhal <jyoti0...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi, i am in a big problem and i am not geeting how can i found oauth
> callback parameter?
>
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