Hi I downloaded your demo for vb6
I am specifically looking to use it with amazon S3 The demo kicks back error 403 forbidden.
I am using the the proper keys. Is the DLL upto date and still supported for AWS or am I doing something wrong?
If I can get the demo to work then I want to buy this - providing it works of course. I using it as a reference, if I try and load it as a control it loads, however the controls are not rendered properly. They come up as black squares.
If its no longer supported for vb6, is it for .net? I don't really want to use .net - but I will if I have to.
`S3_ListBucketObjects: DllDate: Mar 11 2016 ChilkatVersion: 18.104.22.168 UnlockPrefix: Anything for 30-day trial Username: WIN7VM:GateKeeper Architecture: Little Endian; 32-bit Language: ActiveX VerboseLogging: 0 bucketName: monkeyjack awsAuthHeaderV2: stringToSign: GET
Mon, 21 Mar 2016 17:46:52 +0000 /monkeyjack/ --awsAuthHeaderV2 s3_hostHeader: monkeyjack.s3.amazonaws.com Authorization: AWS replacedmykey24365789 httpRequestStr: a_quickReq: quickHttpRequest: httpVerb: GET url: http://monkeyjack.s3.amazonaws.com/ openHttpConnection: Opening connection directly to HTTP server. httpHostname: monkeyjack.s3.amazonaws.com httpPort: 80 ssl: 0 HTTP connection succeeded. --openHttpConnection buildQuickRequest: genStartLine: startLine: GET / HTTP/1.1 --genStartLine addCookies: Not auto-adding cookies. sendCookies: 1 cookieDir: --addCookies --buildQuickRequest sendRequestHeader: sendHeaderElapsedMs: 0 --sendRequestHeader statusCode: 403 statusText: Forbidden readResponseBody: Response is chunked. --readResponseBody --quickHttpRequest --a_quickReq convertResponseBodyToUtf8: No charset specified, assuming Windows-1252 Converting to utf-8 charset. fromCodePage: 1252 --convertResponseBodyToUtf8 Returning failed status because of HTTP response code. --httpRequestStr Failed. --S3_ListBucketObjects --ChilkatLog `
Please check to see if this latest pre-release fixes it:
If not, please let me know.
answered Mar 21 at 11:33
I don't know if this helps you any ...
If i use your S3 sample code to delete a file I get the response below. All the rest of the S3 code samples kick back the 403 error
responseHeader: x-amz-request-id: 2665388F2E6C5812
Date: Mon, 21 Mar 2016 18:09:43 GMT
responseBody: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>