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Mule Amazon S3 ConnectorThanh Nguyen


Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) is storage for the Internet Store and retrieve any amount of data at any time, from anywhere on the webThe AWS SDK for Java provides a Java API for AWS infrastructure services


To use the Amazon S3 connector, you must have the following:Access to Amazon Web ServicesTo access AWS with the connector, you need the credentials in the form of IAMAnypoint Studio Enterprise edition


Amazon S3 connector is compatible with:Mule Runtime: 3.5.0 or laterAWS SDK for Java: 1.11.21

Installing the Connector

Updating from an Older VersionClick the popup and check for the available updatesSelect the Amazon S3 connector version 3.0.0 check box and click Next.Follow the instructions provided by the user interface

Installing the Connector

Updating from an Older VersionRestart Studio when prompted. After restarting, if you have several versions of the connector installed, Mule asks you for the version of the connector to use

Configuring the Connector Global Element

Click the Global Elements tab at the base of the canvas, then click CreateIn the Choose Global Type window, expand Connector Configuration, and click Amazon S3: Configuration

Configuring the Connector Global Element

Configuring the Connector Global Element

ClickOkEnter the global element properties:

Connecting to S3 Compatible Storage

If you need to connect to a different storage than the default AWS S3, you must specify its URL in the S3 Compatible Storage URL field

Using the Connector

Abort Multipart Upload

Complete Multipart Upload

Copy Object

Create Bucket

Create Object

Create Object Presigned URI

Delete Bucket

Delete Bucket Cross Origin Configuration

Delete Buckt Lifecycle Configuration,...

Using the Connector

Get Bucket Tagging Configuration

Get Bucket Versioning Configuration

Get Bucket Website Configuration

Get Object

Get Object ACL

Get Object Content

Get Object Metadata

Initiate Multipart Upload

List Buckets

List Multipart Uploads

List Next Batch of Objects

List Next Batch of Versions

Using the Connector

Delete Bucket Policy

Delete Bucket Tagging Configuration

Delete Bucket Website Configuration

Delete Object

Delete Objects

Get Bucket ACL

Get Bucket Cross Origin Configuration

Get Bucket Lifecycle Configuration

Get Bucket Location

Get Bucket Logging Configuration

Get Bucket Notification Configuration

Get Bucket Policy

Using the Connector

List Objects

List Parts

List Versions

Set Bucket ACL

Set Bucket Cross Origin Configuration

Set Bucket Lifecycle Configuration

Set Bucket Logging Configuration

Set Bucket Notification Configuration

Set Bucket Policy

Set Bucket tagging Configuration

Set Bucket Versioning Configuration

Set Bucket Website Configuration

Set Object ACL

Set Object Storage Class

Upload Part

Upload Part Copy

Connector Namespace and Schema

Namespace: Location:

Connector Namespace and Schema

Using the Connector in a Mavenized Mule App

Use Cases

The following are the common use cases for the Amazon S3 connector:Store an image from a URL on Amazon S3, then retrieve and display the image.Create an image link in Amazon S3 and update the status in twitter along with the image link.

Adding the Connector to a Mule Flow

Create a new Mule project in Anypoint Studio.Drag the Amazon S3 connector onto the canvas, then select it to open the properties editorConfigure the connectors parameters:

Adding the Connector to a Mule Flow

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