RE: [json] JSON being used for Amazon Web Services new access policy language
- Is there some advantage to using
that I cant see?
Can I see an example of code getting keys and values from this (that shows why it is a good structure)?
Date: Mon, 20 Apr 2009 09:21:35 -0700
Subject: [json] JSON being used for Amazon Web Services new access policy language
I thought this is interesting; as per these entries:
it looks like Amazon is defining its new access policy language (to be
used for most/all AWS services, and starting with the Simple Queue
Service, if I understand this correctly) to be based on JSON.
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- On Mon, Apr 27, 2009 at 5:06 PM, Mark Ireland <markincuba@...> wrote:
>That would be a question to ask Amazon Web Services developers...
> Is there some advantage to using
> "Action": ["SQS:SendMessage","SQS:ReceiveMessage"],
> that I cant see?
> Can I see an example of code getting keys and values from this (that shows why it is a good structure)?
it may have something to do with their existing systems and formats
(many xml based).
But at low level that's just a field with array value, and access
style depends on json library in use.
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