Amazon SQS Connection

The Amazon SQS Connection page allows you to configure the connection to Amazon SQS from within the Integration Gateway to send requests to it.

KingswaySoft Integration Gateway Console - Outbound Webhooks - Amazon SQS

Access Key

The Access Key option is used to specify the Access Key that you have requested from Amazon SQS. To find your Access Key follow these instructions:

  1. Sign in to the IAM console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/iam/.
  2. 2. In the navigation pane, choose Users. 3. Choose the name of the desired user, and then choose the Security Credentials tab. The user’s keys and the status of each key is displayed.
Secret Key

The Secret Key option is used to specify the Secret Key that you have requested from Amazon SQS. Note that the secret key can only be retrieved when creating the key, which means if you forget the secret key you can only create a new access key in Amazon SQS. To create a user’s access key, follow these instructions:

  1. Sign in to the IAM console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/iam/.
  2. In the navigation pane, choose Users.
  3. Choose the name of the desired user, and then choose the Security Credentials tab.
  4. Choose Create Access Key and then choose Download Credentials to save the access key ID and secret key to a CSV file on your computer.
Use Temporary Token
Check the Use Temporary Token option to enable the Session Token option.
Session Token
The Session Token option allows you to specify a temporary security token, known as temporary security credentials.
Region
The Region drop-down list allows you to pick the endpoint based on your region.
AWS Account Id
The AWS Account Id option allows you to specify an AWS Account Id to work with shared queue.
Timeout (secs)
The Connection Timeout option allows you to specify the number of seconds for the request timeout values. The default value is 120 seconds.
Retry on Intermittent Errors
This is an option designed to help recover from possible intermittent outages or disruption of service. It prevents the integration process from stopping due to temporary issues. Enabling this option will allow service calls to be retried upon certain types of failure. A service call may be retried up to 3 times before an exception is fired. Retries occur after 0 seconds, 15 seconds, and 60 seconds.