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Pulling real-time data from Twitter using StreamInsight


Pulling real-time data from Twitter using StreamInsight

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Before I will test it, I have a query, please:

I understood from Twitter that they have just changed (September 2010) their authentication flow to use oAuth authentication method (it points to Oauth Authentication Flow ver. 1.0a)

Will your solution work under this new oAuth flow?

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Yes, Twitter changed their authentication in September. From what I have seen it has not had any impact on the streaming API.

I will update the adapter to work with oAuth later if needed and publish on CodePlex.

Note however that this adapter is for educational purposes only and not designed for a production environment.

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Zeev Kazhdan (9/29/2010)
Before I will test it, I have a query, please:

I understood from Twitter that they have just changed (September 2010) their authentication flow to use oAuth authentication method (it points to Oauth Authentication Flow ver. 1.0a)

Will your solution work under this new oAuth flow?

Kind Regards

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Awesome article sir - I think I'll definitely be playing around with this :-D

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I'm going to ask some really stupid questions.

Why would anyone want to pull data from Twitter? What data are you pulling when you do?

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I think Twitter has some great possibilities for workflow, and interacting with your customers/followers. I know I'd love to get streaming data from Twitter on what's happening with SQLServerCentral, and maybe SQLHelp. Get that information out, and use it to increase conversations, or maybe just see what people are saying about SQL Server.

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Brandie Tarvin (9/29/2010)
I'm going to ask some really stupid questions.

Why would anyone want to pull data from Twitter? What data are you pulling when you do?


I was thinking this myself as being only an occasional Twitter-er... however, I began to think of business applications where Clients / Customers could Tweet their interest in something... say a project they wish to put their name in for consideration. It appears that thru this API one could pull enough relevant information to join with a background app. Sure they could have just text'd or sent an email to the same system. Obviously with Twitter the message should not be sensitive in nature. This may just offer another way (easily I hope) to connect. Interested to hear other people's ideas too.

I will be playing with this as well - thanks for the summary POST!!!


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Sean

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I found the article informitive. Years ago I had a need for streaming data into sql server like this for an application that gathered realtime stats. After Reading the article and seeing StreamInsight applied it would of been perfect back then for what we were doing. Unfortunately that was 9 years ago.

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Nice article. Now I need to find more time to play around with it.



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Why do you use Newtonsoft.Json? Don't we have a DataContractSerializer that supports Json?
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