Viewing your application information and credentials

How to view your app info and credentials.

After you register your application you can view information about your application, as well as your Login with Amazon (LWA) credentials. The way you view this information varies slightly depending on the application type. For the purposes of viewing your application information and credentials, applications are grouped into two types:

  • All public applications and private seller applications. These are: (1) Applications that are publicly available and are authorized by a seller or by a vendor, and (2) seller applications that are available only to your organization, and are self-authorized.

  • Private vendor applications. Vendor applications that are available only to your organization, and are self-authorized.

For more information, refer to Terminology.

The following procedures show you how to view your application information and credentials, depending on the application type.

To view your application information and credentials (for private seller applications and for public applications for any type of selling partner)

  1. Sign into Seller Central using the credentials that you used to register as a developer.

  2. In the Appstore menu, choose Develop Apps.

    The Developer Central page displays information about your application(s), including the IAM ARN associated with them.

  3. Choose View under LWA credentials for the application you want.

    Your LWA client identifier and client secret for that application appear. You will need these credentials to request an LWA access token. For more information, refer to Step 1. Request a Login with Amazon access token.

To view your application information and credentials (for private vendor applications)

  1. Sign into Vendor Central with the credentials that you used when you registered as a developer.

  2. In the Integration menu, choose API Integration.

    The Developer Central page displays information about your application(s), including the IAM ARN associated with them.

  3. Choose View under LWA credentials for the application you want.

    Your LWA client identifier and client secret for that application appear. You will need these credentials to request an LWA access token. For more information, refer to Step 1. Request a Login with Amazon access token.


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