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Clients against the Amazon E-Commerce service.  RSS feed

 
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Martin Kalin's book - Java WEb Services Up and Running has client code examples [REST and SOAP] against the Amazon E-Commerce service. Running those example requires registration with https://affiliate-program.amazon.com/ to get secret key and access id. When I register with this site, it asks for my active hosted website address which I don't have. Has anyone tried running these examples and faced the same issue? What did you do?
 
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Will try to resolve with Facebook/Twitter account and reply.
 
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