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This documentation is associated with the 2010-08-28 release of Amazon Simple Pay. This guide was last updated on 10-March-2013.
The following table describes the important changes since the last release of the Amazon Simple Pay documentation.
This release also incorporates a new WSDL version, 2010-08-28.
|In this Release|
|Feature Rollback||Amazon FPS has discontinued support for signature verification using signature version 1. The feature is completely deprecated as of 10 February 2011. If your application is using this feature, you must convert to a server-side call with the ||2011-02-10|
|Feature Rollback||Amazon FPS has discontinued support for client-side signature verification using PKI. The feature is completely deprecated as of 10 February 2011. If your application is using this feature, you must convert to a server-side call with the ||2010-09-14|
|Enhancement||Minor changes and typographical fixes applied from a maintenance edit.||2010-06-11|
|Enhancement||Examples of the e-mail messages sent by Amazon Payments which are relevant to Amazon Simple Pay are now included as part of this guide. Please see Email Notification Templates.||2010-01-29|
Amazon Simple Pay now supports signature version 2, which will completely replace signature version 1 on 10 February, 2011. The enhanced security features include:
|November 3rd, 2009|
|Enhancement||The Access Keys page has been renamed the Security Credentials page, located at https://aws.amazon.com/security-credentials.||2009-09-09|
|Clarification||Rules for subscription cancellation due to payment problems have been clarified. Please see What Happens When Subscription Payments Fail in the Amazon Simple Pay Advanced User Guide.||2009-07-25|