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  • Amazon S3 upload wrong endpoint address

    When trying to upload a file to Amazon S3 i get this error message:

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    XHR error. Reported error:<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?><Error><Code>PermanentRedirect</Code><Message>The bucket you are attempting to access must be addressed using the specified endpoint. Please send all future requests to this endpoint.</Message><Bucket>xxx</Bucket><Endpoint>xxx.s3.amazonaws.com</Endpoint><RequestId>C6610291BB92592A</RequestId><HostId>qFB8Lbyz1gao6nMcuDGIKZkD+e8Mtxjk1MpcmztuFC8HA1SHaOn8uKsrk+y0DMliiNFxoT2dz5w=</HostId></Error>
    Seems like Alpha is using https://s3.amazonaws.com/bucketname instead of https://bucketname.s3.amazonaws.com.

    Can i change the endpoint URL somewhere?

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    Re: Amazon S3 upload wrong endpoint address

    Having this issue also :/

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    • #3
      Re: Amazon S3 upload wrong endpoint address

      I just tested this with the Amazon S3 Region US East (Virginia) and the Action Javascript File Upload Amazon S3 Storage... it all works.

      Which Region are you using? Do you have permissions set correctly on your S3 bucket? Does your Named Connection String test correctly?

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      • #4
        Re: Amazon S3 upload wrong endpoint address

        Originally posted by Davidk View Post
        I just tested this with the Amazon S3 Region US East (Virginia) and the Action Javascript File Upload Amazon S3 Storage... it all works.

        Which Region are you using? Do you have permissions set correctly on your S3 bucket? Does your Named Connection String test correctly?
        I resolved the issue by no longer using a name storage string. I was using the Image Upload action Javascript - the solution used explicitly quoted access and secret key to get the image upload to work!

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        • #5
          Re: Amazon S3 upload wrong endpoint address

          It's not an issue with the use of a Storage Connection String as that's what I'm using and it functions properly. Something else must be going on.

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          • #6
            Re: Amazon S3 upload wrong endpoint address

            I am having a very similar issue but mine is on mobile/phonegap only. My storage connection string is working in web based apps. I was excited to see the suggestion of using an explicit connection string only to find that is not an option for Action JS for mobile (Neither in image upload - explicit not permitted when mobile is selected nor file upload-phonegap - not offered).

            The error I am receiving is at the top of the screen capture below. I also sent this to the "beta spark" user which seems to be the AA facilitator in the tablet optimized forms forum. To my surprise, I was pleased to get a response directly from Selwyn who, after receiving my component provided the following video to show that the exact same component I sent him was working for him except for he changed his storage connection string. http://screencast.com/t/gTtcDVuVGCj8

            Mine is still not working and, needless to say, I am extremely frustrated. Since it is phonegap, regular debugging is useless but I did find several phonegap debugging tools through the documentation and other searches, including, Chome debugger, Weinre, and gapdebug. Through none of them, however, am I even able to tell what file is responsible for the "filename, directory name or path syntax is incorrect: DDD" error. I suspect that it is not the file for upload as in the image upload action this is simply set by the action with no user input at all - just a file selection. I do note that through a phonegap emulator, which allows for the running of phonegap apps in a browser, it seems to be working with my localhost in live preview but not in the published version.

            In the 10 years I have been working with Alpha, all of it wonderful btw, this is by far the most frustrating problem I have ever encountered.

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            Last edited by ecalan; 09-14-2015, 04:22 PM.

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            • #7
              Re: Amazon S3 upload wrong endpoint address

              2015-11-06_12-23-42.jpg

              Component works perfectly in developer, both Live and Work, but fails when published. I'm even uploading the same test files.

              Simple controls, not much code. Fails with the noted message. Nearly identical to Video of Amazon S3 upload.

              Same AWS credentials. Web app, not mobile.

              Frustrating.
              Carl ~ Dallas, TX
              I'm so old that pool balls came with Roman Numerals

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