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hi i m working on c#.net, web application.i m using Facebook API to fetch the data from my Facebook account.Currently i m using fb:login button,when we click on this button, Facebook login page is opened,and connect with our Facebook application,and login is completed

But now i want to allow a user to enter username and password to a Facebook account in a 3rd party application (outside of the Facebook system), and then submit it to the Facebook API to get access?
or we can pass username and password internally to Facebook login page and now the page works in back ground ,i.e. login process is going on back ground.
I don't want to show Facebook login page...
please reply..
thanks
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Have looked/searched the facebook API documentation.
 
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nid4may 3-Aug-10 0:51am    
i allready looked documentation..not getting any thing ,thats why i m asking here...
You are searching in the wrong direction. NO USER WILL EVER ENTER HIS FACEBOOK CREDENTIALS ON ANY SITE OTHER THAN FACEBOOK.

secondly, when facebook team finds that your site is asking for facebook credentials ( the FB team reviews your website before approving your app), then it will block your application id.

There is no way to pass the facebook credentials 'internally' to the facebook API.

The only way is that facebook allows to third party sites to provide access to users data is by making the user login into the facebook ( with SSL) and then gives a unique access token which can then be used with every request to facebook.

See more here http://facebooksdk.blogspot.com/
 
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