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The location where your customers can generate a new activation key for your product, should you request it. This is the URL http://www.amazon.com/dp-activate.
The process your product goes through to prepare itself for the customer's use. During activation, your product obtains the required credential or credentials for the customer.
An encoded string that represents the relationship between a customer and a DevPay product the customer has purchased. AWS generates this value when the customer completes the purchase of the product. You use the key to obtain credentials related to the customer and product.
When you inform customers of a price change for your product, and they have to take action to accept the price change. If they don't take the action to accept the price change, their access to your product is canceled when the price change takes effect.
Amazon Machine Image. This is an encrypted machine image that contains all the information necessary to boot instances of your software in Amazon EC2.
This is the location where your customers manage the DevPay products they've purchased. This is the URL http://www.amazon.com/dp-applications.
The e-mail Amazon Payments sends to your customers to notify them that a price change you scheduled has taken effect.
This is the location where you manage your DevPay products. This is the URL http://aws.amazon.com/devpayactivity.
The e-mail Amazon Payments sends to your customers to notify them of an upcoming price change you've scheduled.
An Amazon EC2 AMI that an Amazon EC2 user registers with DevPay and then sells to other Amazon EC2 users who want to use the AMI.
When you inform customers at least 14 days in advance of a price change for your product, and they don't have to take any action to accept the price change.
An encoded string that represents the relationship between a customer and the owner of DevPay products. After a customer purchases one of your products, you can use the PID to confirm the status of the customer's subscription to the product.
See persistent identifier (PID).
A URL that uses query string authentication.
One of the items provided to you when you register a product with DevPay. The product code is an 8-character string that identifies your product to AWS.
See product token.
One of the items provided to you when you register a product with DevPay. The product token is a long encoded string that identifies the product to AWS. You might also see the product token referred to as the product identification token.
One of the items provided to you when you register a product with DevPay. This is the URL where your customers can purchase your product. When you advertise your product, you provide the purchase URL as the sign-up link for customers to use.
An Amazon S3 feature that lets you place the authentication information in the HTTP
request query string instead of in the
Authorization header. This enables
your product to give anyone easy URL-based access to objects in the customer's
The page on your own web site that you want customers to see at the end of the purchase process for your product. You provide the URL when you register the product with DevPay.
An Amazon S3 feature that allows a bucket owner to specify that anyone who requests access to objects in a particular bucket pays the data transfer and request costs.
Also known as Query or HTTP Query. This is a type of HTTP request that generally uses only the GET or POST HTTP method and a query string with parameters. Compare this with REST, which is a type of HTTP request that uses any HTTP method (GET, DELETE, POST, etc.), a resource, HTTP headers, and possibly a query string with parameters. For comparison, the License Service offers a REST-Query interface, whereas the Amazon Simple Storage Service offers a REST interface.
An Amazon EC2 AMI which is owned by one developer, but uses a service or software sold and supported by another developer.
A customer credential returned to your product during product activation. The user token is a long, encoded string used by AWS to identify the customer. Your product provides the customer's user token in each request for Amazon S3 the product makes on behalf of the customer. Every user token generated for a particular customer differs from the others because the creation time is one of the items making up the token value.
The amount you charge each customer on top of the cost of the AWS services they used.