aws-s3 module provides basic support for interacting with Amazon's
S3 service by providing additional handlers which sign the HTTP
request in accordance with the S3 authentication specifications.
It's possible both to sign requests for Authorization Header
Authentication and to generate signed request URIs that can be handed
out to third parties for Query String Authentication.
The module also provides a convenience class for interacting with S3
To use the
aws-s3 module, you will need to first sign up for the S3
service. Afterwards, Amazon should provide you with an AWS Access Key
and an AWS Secret Access Key. You will need both of these to be able
to use the module.
Below is an example of retrieving a file from S3:
import dispatch._ import dispatch.s3._ import S3._ val access_key = Option(System.getenv("awsAccessKey") val secret_key = Option(System.getenv("awsSecretAccessKey") val x = h(Bucket("my-test-bucket") / "testing.txt" <@ (access_key.get, secret_key.get) as_str)
aws-s3 module, you can create buckets, delete buckets,
create files, delete files and retrieve files. Other S3 functionality
is not provided.
To create a bucket, you can use the method
create on a Bucket
object to create the proper Request.
h(Bucket("my-test-bucket").create @(access_key.get, secret_key.get) >|)
The following snippet would delete a bucket:
h(Bucket("my-test-bucket").DELETE @(access_key.get, secret_key.get) >|)
To delete a file:
h(Bucket("my-test-bucket").DELETE / "testing.txt" <@(access_key.get, secret_key.get) >|)
Creating a file does require you to set the content type of the file upload:
val b = Bucket("my-test-bucket") val testFile = new File("testing.txt") h(b / "testing.txt" <<< (testFile, "plain/text") <@(access_key.get, secret_key.get) >|)
Generation of a signed URI for a GET request with query string authentication works as follows:
val expires = System.currentTimeMillis() / 1000 + 30 * 60 (Bucket("my-test-bucket") / "testing.txt").signed(access_key.get, secret_key.get, expires).to_uri
To test the module, you'll need to set two system properties:
When using sbt 0.11, you can do the following:
eval System.setProperty("awsAccessKey", "XXXXXXXXX") eval System.setProperty("awsSecretAccessKey", "XXXXXXXXX")
After that, you can just run
test and all of the tests should pass.