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ghostshadow189 07-21-2013 08:55 AM

how to use and log in to oauth server?
Hi guys,

I'm trying to make an VB.NET application that allow user to type in username + password then log in to a server that use oauth authorization. But I don't know much about oauth, so I really need your helps!

I found a class of oauth from https://github.com/rarelogic/oauth.vb.net, but I don't know how to use it and how to authorize user with oauth.

And by the way, after log in, I want to get the cookie from oauth server, how can I do that?

I really need this, cus' I've to finish the application asap. So please help me.
Thanks you guys a lot!

Gruff 07-21-2013 09:49 AM

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ghostshadow189 07-21-2013 10:48 AM

sorry to bother u and others.

i just need some helps :D thanks!

AtmaWeapon 07-22-2013 06:36 AM

Why not try a library with some documentation? I did a quick search and found this page with a link to 3 .NET libraries for OAuth, and the first one I clicked had extensive documentation.

You don't need the code to be in VB to use a DLL. And C# and VB .NET are close enough in syntax you ought to be able to figure out 90% of it from looking at a C# example. The 10% you don't get is what we'd be glad to answer. Give it a look, get something almost functional, and we'll give you that last push.

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