This question has an answer to how to send request to Amazon SQS service from Apex.
However, I am concerned that we have to expose access and secret keys in the code.
Is this possible to use
Named Credentials or other means to store
secretKey in safe place?
When I try to use
Named Credentials for request to Amazon SQS it just doesn't work when I replace endpoint from
req.setEndpoint( 'https://sqs.us-west-1.amazonaws.com/' )
req.setEndpoint( 'callout:Test' )
Maybe I have configured invalid Authentication Provider - because I cannot create
Named Credentials without it, and Amazon SQS is not in the list of authentication providers. I was trying to use
Open ID Connect but I don't really need OAuth here, I just need secure place where I can store and retrieve access and secret keys.
Another problem would be how to access two keys from
Named credentials. Even if calling
callout:Test worked, how do I get two keys from it to pass to
I guess I could just use custom object with encrypted fields, but what are the best suggested options? Can we use something else?