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In addition to creating IAM users with their own security credentials, IAM also enables you to grant temporary security credentials to any user to allow the user to access your AWS services and resources. You can manage users who have AWS accounts; these users are IAM users. You can also manage users for your system who do not have AWS accounts; these users are called federated users. Additionally, "users" can also be applications that you create to access your AWS resources.
You can use these temporary security credentials to make requests to Amazon SimpleDB. Replace
AWSAccessKeyId parameter with the one provided by IAM,
add the IAM
SecurityToken as a new parameter, and sign the
request with the
SecretKeyId provided by IAM. If you send
requests using expired credentials Amazon SimpleDB denies the request.
For more information about IAM support for temporary security credentials, go to Granting Temporary Access to Your AWS Resources in Using IAM.
Example Using Temporary Security Credentials to Authenticate an Amazon SimpleDB Request
The following example demonstrates the wire protocol for using temporary security credentials to authenticate an Amazon SimpleDB request over HTTPS.
https://sdb.amazonaws.com/ ?Action=GetAttributes &AWSAccessKeyId=
Access Key ID provided by AWS Security Token Service&DomainName=MyDomain &ItemName=JumboFez &SignatureVersion=2 &SignatureMethod=HmacSHA256 &Timestamp=2010-01-25T15%3A03%3A07-07%3A00 &Version=2009-04-15 &Signature=
Signature calculated using the SecretKeyId provided by AWS Security Token Service&SecurityToken=
Security Token Value
AWS provides support for temporary security credentials and session tokens in the AWS SDKs so you can implement temporary security credentials or session tokens with a specific programming language. Each SDK has its own instructions for implementing this feature. For a current list of AWS SDKs that support this feature, see Ways to Access the AWS Security Token Service. Non-AWS products and services should have their own documentation about supporting temporary credentials and session tokens, if available.