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Amazon Simple Queue

Amazon Simple Queue Service Developer Guide Document History This document is associated with the 2009-02-01 release of the Amazon Simple Queue Service. This guide was last updated on 11 October 2011. The following table describes the important changes since the last release of the Amazon Simple Queue Service Developer Guide. Change SOAP no longer supported Added temporary security credentials section. New chapter New link New feature New Region New Endpoint and Section Description Removed sections that discussed SOAP because SOAP access to Amazon SQS has been disabled. For more information, go to Announcement: Deprecating SOAP access for SQS in the AWS Discussion Forums. New section describes how to pass temporary security credentials with SQS API requests. For more information, see Using Temporary Security Credentials (p. 70). Added a new chapter that describes how to use AWS Identity and Access Management (AWS IAM). For more information, see Controlling User Access to Your AWS Account (p. 62). This service's endpoint information is now located in the Amazon Web Services General Reference. For more information, go to Regions and Endpoints in Amazon Web Services General Reference. This service now integrates with AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM). For more information, go to Integrating with Other AWS Products in Using AWS Identity and Access Management. Amazon SQS now supports the Asia Pacific (Singapore) Region. For more information, see Endpoints (p. 13). Created a new US endpoint for Amazon SQS. For more information, see the new Endpoints (p. 13) section. Release Date 08 August 2011 03 August 2011 1 June 2011 2 March 2011 2 September 2010 28 April 2010 2 December 2009 API Version 2009-02-01 75

Amazon Simple Queue Service Developer Guide Change AWS SDK for .NET New Guide Enhancement Enhancement Enhancement Update Clarification Update Update Update Update Update Update Description AWS now provides libraries, sample code, tutorials, and other resources for software developers who prefer to build applications using .NET language-specific APIs instead of REST or SOAP. For more information, see Programming Languages (p. 31). Created a separate API Reference for Amazon SQS. Added ability to share queues, including support for anonymous access. For more information, see Shared Queues (p. 29). Also added an appendix to explain access policy language. For more information, see Using The Access Policy Language (p. 32). The SQS schema is now inline in the WSDL. There is no longer a separate URL for the schema. Added information about signature version 2, which is a more secure method for signing Query requests. For more information, see Query Request Authentication (p. 23). Also updated the guide to indicate that HTTPS is required for SOAP requests. Added information about the AWS Support Center and AWS Premium Support. For more information, see Amazon SQS Resources (p. 72). Clarified that you can use HTTP or HTTPS with Query requests. For more information, see Query Request Authentication (p. 23). Updated the information about message retention time; the time has changed from 15 to 4 days. Also added information about queues that have had no activity for an extended period of time. For more information, see About SQS Queues (p. 4). Updated the information about the queue URL. For more information, see Queue URLs (p. 6). Updated the discussion of visibility timeout. For more information, see Visibility Timeout (p. 8). Updated the discussion of Query requests to include information about making POST requests. For more information, see Making Query Requests (p. 14). Revised the information about authentication. Specifically, because signature version 0 is no longer supported for Query request authentication, we removed the information about signature version 0. For more information, see Query Request Authentication (p. 23). For SOAP requests that don't use WS-Security, we updated the information to indicate that HTTPS is now required, and updated the information about where to include the authentication information in the request. Updated the information about the structure of a successful response and of an error response. For more information, see Responses (p. 27). Release Date 11 November 2009 28 September 2009 7 April 2009 7 April 2009 17 December 2008 17 April 2008 21 March 2008 6 February 2008 6 February 2008 6 February 2008 6 February 2008 6 February 2008 6 February 2008 API Version 2009-02-01 76

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