Do I understand you correctly to say that you simply want your app to be hard-wired to a known account (perhaps your own account)? If so, then you can bypass the connection stuff in Spring Social and create an instance of FacebookTemplate or TwitterTemplate, giving it an access token you obtain separately.
How you get that access token will depend on the provider you're interested in.
- For Twitter, you are already given an access token when you register your app. Go to your app's details page in Twitter's development area and you'll find a section called "Your Access Token".
- For Facebook, I find it easy to go to their Graph API Explorer (), click the "Get Access Token" button, select the permissions for that token, and then copy it out of the Access Token field.
If that's not what you had in mind, please explain more about what it is you're trying to do.
Spring Social Project Lead