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AWS Request Signer
Helper to evaluate the signing headers for HTTP requests to Amazon Web Services. This is a Scala port of (part of) the Java aws-signing-request-interceptor.
I originally needed this library to support AWS' Elasticsearch Service, but this library is 'AWS service agnostic'.
Import via SBT
Currently available for scala 2.10, 2.11 and 2.12. In your build.sbt file,
resolvers += Resolver.jcenterRepo libraryDependencies += "io.ticofab" %% "aws-request-signer" % "0.5.2"
The procedure to sign AWS Api requests is described on the official documentation. The idea is that each request must be signed through the evaluation of a hash which depends on the very request itself. The resulting string can then be added to the request either as a header or as a query param. This library focuses on the header way.
You first need to instantiate the signer, for example:
val awsCredentialProvider = new StaticCredentialsProvider(new BasicAWSCredentials("YOUR-ID", "YOUR-SECRET")) val service = "es" val region = "eu-central-1" def clock(): LocalDateTime = LocalDateTime.now(ZoneId.of("UTC")) val signer = io.ticofab.AwsSigner(awsCredentialProvider, region, service, clock)
Then use it for each request, via
def getSignedHeaders(uri: String, method: String, queryParams: Map[String, String], headers: Map[String, String], payload: Option[Array[Byte]]): Map[String, String]
Check the examples in the test folder of this project. Once you have the headers, add them to your HTTP request and fire it.
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