What I'm trying to achieve is run a service that collects certain tweets and save them to the database for further analytical code to run.
I need to keep every piece of information like reply-to, source, entities, etc.. as the analytics code evolves and would be nice to be able to improve results on already captured tweets.
The easiest way to do this sort of thing sounds like storing the raw JSON of the tweet in something like MongoDb.
TweetSharp has a property in its objects called "RawSource" which gives access to the JSON source returned from twitter, however, I don't like the support message in the homepage of the other library, and in general, I had a successful personal
project using LinqToTwitter, and hoping the same for this other personal toy project as well.
Is there any similar property in LinqToSql? Alternatively, is there any certain hook in the context or something related to it that I use to get the returned JSON of a LINQ query (or preferably of each tweet object indidually)?
Thanks a lot.