This might be a very silly question, but I am a total novice in encryption. I don't know where to start searching for an answer to this problem.
I am building applications using a proprietary language developed by my company. I am trying to call a REST service using my application. This REST service is authenticated using HMAC-SHA1 encrypted tokens. By which I mean I have to put a bunch of values together and HMAC-SHA1 encrypt them. Unfortunately my company's language doesn't have APIs for HMAC-SHA1. It only has APIs for AES encryption.
If I use AES to generate my token, will I get the same result as using HMAC-SHA1 APIs to generate a token?