I basically am building a Windows service that will regularly look at our Facebook app's database and do things like increment counters or post news to users.
In version 2 of the toolkit, this kinda thing seemed simple: I created a FacebookService object, gave it my app's API key and secret, and then called the appropriate function like notifications.send back when notifications were around.
I am trying to upgrade my service to version 3 of the toolkit and have run into a roadblock: the FacebookService object no longer has a Secret property.
Am I missing something? Was I always doing it the "wrong" way and is there a better way to do this?