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Developer Guide (API Version 2006-03-01)

Making Requests Using AWS Account or IAM User Credentials - AWS SDK for .NET

The following tasks guide you through using the .NET classes to send authenticated requests using your AWS account or IAM user credentials.

Making Requests Using Your AWS Account or IAM User Credentials

1

Create an instance of the AmazonS3Client class.

2

Execute one of the AmazonS3Client methods to send requests to Amazon S3. The client generates the necessary signature from your credentials and includes it in the request it sends to Amazon S3.

The following C# code sample demonstrates the preceding tasks.

For information on running the .NET examples in this guide and for instructions on how to store your credentials in a configuration file, see Running the Amazon S3 .NET Code Examples.

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using System; using Amazon.S3; using Amazon.S3.Model; namespace s3.amazon.com.docsamples { class MakeS3Request { static string bucketName = "*** Provide bucket name ***"; static IAmazonS3 client; public static void Main(string[] args) { using (client = new AmazonS3Client(Amazon.RegionEndpoint.USEast1)) { Console.WriteLine("Listing objects stored in a bucket"); ListingObjects(); } Console.WriteLine("Press any key to continue..."); Console.ReadKey(); } static void ListingObjects() { try { ListObjectsRequest request = new ListObjectsRequest { BucketName = bucketName, MaxKeys = 2 }; do { ListObjectsResponse response = client.ListObjects(request); // Process response. foreach (S3Object entry in response.S3Objects) { Console.WriteLine("key = {0} size = {1}", entry.Key, entry.Size); } // If response is truncated, set the marker to get the next // set of keys. if (response.IsTruncated) { request.Marker = response.NextMarker; } else { request = null; } } while (request != null); } catch (AmazonS3Exception amazonS3Exception) { if (amazonS3Exception.ErrorCode != null && (amazonS3Exception.ErrorCode.Equals("InvalidAccessKeyId") || amazonS3Exception.ErrorCode.Equals("InvalidSecurity"))) { Console.WriteLine("Check the provided AWS Credentials."); Console.WriteLine( "To sign up for service, go to http://aws.amazon.com/s3"); } else { Console.WriteLine( "Error occurred. Message:'{0}' when listing objects", amazonS3Exception.Message); } } } } }

Note

You can create the AmazonS3Client client without providing your security credentials. Requests sent using this client are anonymous requests, without a signature. Amazon S3 returns an error if you send anonymous requests for a resource that is not publicly available.

For working examples, see Working with Amazon S3 Objects and Working with Amazon S3 Buckets. You can test these examples using your AWS Account or an IAM user credentials.

For example, to list all the object keys in your bucket, see Listing Keys Using the AWS SDK for .NET.

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