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    Default Amazon to Disable S3 Path-Style Access

    https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/new...ss-censorship/

    If anyone is using Chilkat or other means to access S3 resources this might have an impact.
    Chuck Atkinson

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    Default Re: Amazon to Disable S3 Path-Style Access

    Hi Chuck,

    Thanks for posting this info. I have a project for a customer that will require connecting to an S3 bucket. I have not yet done this and I couldn't find much info on the forums about connecting to one. On the ChilKat site, I saw that there is a specific call for more than 1000 items in a bucket (https://www.example-code.com/datafle...00_objects.asp). Have you had to use this with your set up?

    This customer is taking a current local share and moving it to an S3 bucket. The way the local share would work is that all files were stored in a single directory and a unique identifier (Order #) was used as the first part of the file name. I could then search the directory for files starting with that and display them in a grid. Can you do something similar of looping through a directory on an S3 bucket?

    Thanks,

    Gerry

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    Default Re: Amazon to Disable S3 Path-Style Access

    Hi Gerry,

    Amazon backed off on disabling the path-style access due to backlash from users.

    I don't know about iteration of the objects in a S3 bucket. What I would do is something recently done for a customer. Stand up a AWS Storage Gateway device and do an SMB share to the S3 bucket. The S3 bucket then appears in Windows just a like a network shared folder.

    -Chuck
    Chuck Atkinson

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