AWS S3 Transport
Transport (Adapter) Configuration Drop-Down List
Basic AWS S3 Transport Configuration Options
On the Basic configuration tab, specify the Amazon S3 Bucket. This is a container where Amazon S3 stores data.
- Bucket Name – used to configure the unique name of the bucket you need to access
- Key Name – used to enter the name that you assign to an object. you will use the object key to retrieve the object
- If File Exists – you may choose to create a new file for each invocation of this Transport, append it to the existing file, or overwrite the existing file
- Custom Metadata – custom metadata
AWS S3 Transport Basic Configuration Options
AWS S3 Transport Credential Configuration Options
On the Credentials tab, set the necessary credentials for the connection with the following options.
- Region – specify the AWS Region to connect to
- Use Credentials From – specifies where to obtain the credentials (No Credentials, AWS File, Environment, Console). Note: Choosing the ‘No Credentials’ option will only allow access to public buckets.
- Access Key ID – Access Key ID for making calls to Amazon services
- Secret Key – secret access key for making calls to Amazon services
- Session Token – the STS session token for making calls to Amazon services. If not using STS, leave blank.
- AWS File Path – specifies the file path where the AWS profile configuration file is located
- Profile Name – specifies the name of a local configuration profile
AWS S3 Transport Credentials Configuration Options