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Leo Lapworth
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NAME

Net::Amazon::S3::Client::Bucket - An easy-to-use Amazon S3 client bucket

VERSION

version 0.83

SYNOPSIS

  # return the bucket name
  print $bucket->name . "\n";

  # return the bucket location constraint
  print "Bucket is in the " . $bucket->location_constraint . "\n";

  # return the ACL XML
  my $acl = $bucket->acl;

  # list objects in the bucket
  # this returns a L<Data::Stream::Bulk> object which returns a
  # stream of L<Net::Amazon::S3::Client::Object> objects, as it may
  # have to issue multiple API requests
  my $stream = $bucket->list;
  until ( $stream->is_done ) {
    foreach my $object ( $stream->items ) {
      ...
    }
  }

  # or list by a prefix
  my $prefix_stream = $bucket->list( { prefix => 'logs/' } );

  # returns a L<Net::Amazon::S3::Client::Object>, which can then
  # be used to get or put
  my $object = $bucket->object( key => 'this is the key' );

  # delete the bucket (it must be empty)
  $bucket->delete;

DESCRIPTION

This module represents buckets.

METHODS

acl

  # return the ACL XML
  my $acl = $bucket->acl;

delete

  # delete the bucket (it must be empty)
  $bucket->delete;

list

  # list objects in the bucket
  # this returns a L<Data::Stream::Bulk> object which returns a
  # stream of L<Net::Amazon::S3::Client::Object> objects, as it may
  # have to issue multiple API requests
  my $stream = $bucket->list;
  until ( $stream->is_done ) {
    foreach my $object ( $stream->items ) {
      ...
    }
  }

  # or list by a prefix
  my $prefix_stream = $bucket->list( { prefix => 'logs/' } );

  # you can emulate folders by using prefix with delimiter
  # which shows only entries starting with the prefix but
  # not containing any more delimiter (thus no subfolders).
  my $folder_stream = $bucket->list( { prefix => 'logs/', delimiter => '/' } );

location_constraint

  # return the bucket location constraint
  print "Bucket is in the " . $bucket->location_constraint . "\n";

name

  # return the bucket name
  print $bucket->name . "\n";

object

  # returns a L<Net::Amazon::S3::Client::Object>, which can then
  # be used to get or put
  my $object = $bucket->object( key => 'this is the key' );

delete_multi_object

  # delete multiple objects using a multi object delete operation
  # Accepts a list of L<Net::Amazon::S3::Client::Object or String> objects.
  $bucket->delete_multi_object($object1, $object2)

object_class

  # returns string "Net::Amazon::S3::Client::Object"
  # allowing subclasses to add behavior.
  my $object_class = $bucket->object_class;

AUTHOR

Leo Lapworth <llap@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

This software is copyright (c) 2018 by Amazon Digital Services, Leon Brocard, Brad Fitzpatrick, Pedro Figueiredo, Rusty Conover.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.