Hi Jonathan,

Have you found some solution to this issue? I am using ruby/aws and I 
have received that my requests are not signed. I would appreciate any 
help to solve this problem.

Thank you.


Jonathan Rochkind wrote:
> So, starting August 15th, the Amazon product web service API (the one
> where you can get info about amazon products, manipulate wishlists and
> shopping carts, etc), is going to require a form of cryptographic
> signature on all requests.
> 
> http://docs.amazonwebservices.com/AWSECommerceService/latest/DG/
> 
> I think I can put everything together from various gems. But it's kind
> of picky (for instance, you have to make sure to CGI-escape in exactly
> the right way and not over-escape at certain points).
> 
> I'm wondering if anyone knows if anyone's already tackled this, and
> maybe has a gem with tests that'll do it for you?  Maybe part of some
> larger amazon-interaction gem or something? This authentication method
> has been used with other AWS apis for a while now I think. But I can't
> find anything.
> 
> If not, and I write it, do you all think it would be a good thing to
> distribute as a gem? It probably won't be very many lines of code, but
> making sure you've got the _right_ few lines of code that don't have any
> bugs in them is the trick.
> 
> Thanks for any advice,
> Jonathan

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