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boto.sqs connect to non-aws endpoint


boto.sqs connect to non-aws endpoint

By : Oren Mashal
Date : November 21 2020, 01:01 AM
this will help I'm currently in need of connecting to a fake_sqs server for dev purposes but I can't find an easy way to specify endpoint to the boto.sqs connection. Currently in java and node.js there are ways to specify the queue endpoint and by passing something like 'localhst:someport' I can connect to my own sqs-like instance. I've tried the following with boto: , Here's how to create an SQS connection that connects to fake_sqs:
code :
region = boto.sqs.regioninfo.SQSRegionInfo(
  connection=None,
  name='fake_sqs',
  endpoint='localhost',  # or wherever fake_sqs is running
  connection_cls=boto.sqs.connection.SQSConnection,
)

conn = boto.sqs.connection.SQSConnection(
  aws_access_key_id='fake_key',
  aws_secret_access_key='fake_secret',
  is_secure=False,
  port=4568,  # or wherever fake_sqs is running
  region=region,
)

region.connection = conn

# you can now work with conn
# conn.create_queue('test_queue')


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Could not find default endpoint element that references contract :connect to WCF endpoint through Powershell cmdlet

Could not find default endpoint element that references contract :connect to WCF endpoint through Powershell cmdlet


By : Ketan Vekariya
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you I have created a class library that should connect to a WCF endpoint project I am hosting. The client project has commandlets defined that should interact with the service. , have got this to work: here is a clean solution:
code :
internal static class ServiceClass
{

    internal static Object GetWCFSvc(string siteUrl)
    {

        Uri serviceUri = new Uri(siteUrl);
        EndpointAddress endpointAddress = new EndpointAddress(serviceUri);

        //Create the binding here
        Binding binding = BindingFactory.CreateInstance();

        ServiceClient client = new ServiceClient(binding, endpointAddress);            
        return client;
    }


}

internal static class BindingFactory
{
    internal static Binding CreateInstance()
    {
        BasicHttpBinding binding = new BasicHttpBinding();
        binding.Security.Mode = BasicHttpSecurityMode.TransportCredentialOnly;
        binding.Security.Transport.ClientCredentialType = HttpClientCredentialType.None;
        binding.UseDefaultWebProxy = true;
        return binding;
    }

}
OpenID Connect Signin Page separate endpoint or authorize endpoint

OpenID Connect Signin Page separate endpoint or authorize endpoint


By : user3709017
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I think the issue was by ths following , When the app redirects the user agent to the Authorization Server, the Authentication Server is supposed to authenticate the user. It can do that by presenting a login screen directly or by deferring to a separate authentication mechanism and/or server and/or screen. The authentication of the user is not prescribed by OAuth and is just something that is specific to the Authorization Server implementation. Both options are possible.
Boto server error: Endpoint already exists with the same Token, but different attributes

Boto server error: Endpoint already exists with the same Token, but different attributes


By : Shuab Khan
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
should help you out Facepalm. The try in createEndpoint just needed to be one line higher...
boto.rds2 connect to any region using boto profile

boto.rds2 connect to any region using boto profile


By : BMT
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you all for your suggestion. I was making a module for accessing multiple services at aws which is completed now. I do not need to know the aws key, secret key and all , once for all I automated my stuff.
I used below way to fix rds connection issue :
code :
def RDSConn(reg,profile = 'default'):
        rdsconn = ''
        endpt = 'rds.' + reg + '.amazonaws.com'
        reg = boto.regioninfo.RegionInfo(name=reg,endpoint=endpt)
        try:
                rdsconn=boto.connect_rds2(profile_name=profile, region=reg)
        except Exception, e:
                boto.log.error("Cannot validate provided AWS credentials: %s" % e)
        return(rdsconn)
How to send request to endpoint with Boto

How to send request to endpoint with Boto


By : Дмитрий Сергеевич Га
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times As @garnaat mentioned and @Rico answered in another question connect_to_region works with OrdinaryCallingFormat:
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