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Next, you will put your AWS credentials into the file
AWSCredentials.properties that AWS Import/Export Tool
provides for you. The following procedure takes you through the necessary steps.
AWS Import/Export does not support AWS Identity and Access Management. You must use your account credentials when using AWS Import/Export.
To save your access credentials to a file
If you're not logged in to the AWS Console, you are asked to log in. If you are logged in, the Security Credentials page displays.
On the Access Keys tab, in the Access Credentials section, find your 20 character Access Key ID and the 40 character Secret Access Key.
Go to the folder where you installed the AWS Import/Export Web Service tool.
AWSCredentials.properties file from this
folder in any text editor.
Update the file by providing your 20-character
accessKeyId and 40-character
secretKey associated with your AWS account. Following
is an example of a credentials file.
# Fill in your AWS Access Key ID and Secret Access Key # http://aws.amazon.com/security-credentials accessKeyId: secretKey:
Save the file.
Now, you are ready to create a sample import or export job.