page rather than redirecting to the authorization page then back to my website after the user has authorized.
Here is a code snippet from the LinqToTwitterWebFormsDemo:
auth = new WebAuthorizer
Credentials = credentials,
PerformRedirect = authUrl => Response.Redirect(authUrl)
if (!Page.IsPostBack && Request.QueryString["oauth_token"] !=
I am not sure whether I would have to store either the authUrl from the lambda expression or the Request.QueryString["oauth_token"] value in order to store that newly generated oauth token and append it to the Twitter
oauth URL which I can direct to using a pop up window.
Am I on the right track by trying to capture these values in the code? My code is working correctly, but I can never see the value of authURL in the PerformRedirect lambda expression. The value of Request.QueryString["oauth_token"] is always null
even though once I sign into my Twitter account I am successfully redirected to the Twitter authorization page for my Twitter app.
Any tips would be great,