Upload a file to an S3 bucket using the AWS SDK for .NET (high-level API) - Amazon Simple Storage Service

Upload a file to an S3 bucket using the AWS SDK for .NET (high-level API)

To upload a file to an S3 bucket, use the TransferUtility class. When uploading data from a file, you must provide the object's key name. If you don't, the API uses the file name for the key name. When uploading data from a stream, you must provide the object's key name.

To set advanced upload options—such as the part size, the number of threads when uploading the parts concurrently, metadata, the storage class, or ACL—use the TransferUtilityUploadRequest class.

The following C# example uploads a file to an Amazon S3 bucket in multiple parts. It shows how to use various TransferUtility.Upload overloads to upload a file. Each successive call to upload replaces the previous upload. For information about the example's compatibility with a specific version of the AWS SDK for .NET and instructions for creating and testing a working sample, see Running the Amazon S3 .NET Code Examples.

using Amazon; using Amazon.S3; using Amazon.S3.Transfer; using System; using System.IO; using System.Threading.Tasks; namespace Amazon.DocSamples.S3 { class UploadFileMPUHighLevelAPITest { private const string bucketName = "*** provide bucket name ***"; private const string keyName = "*** provide a name for the uploaded object ***"; private const string filePath = "*** provide the full path name of the file to upload ***"; // Specify your bucket region (an example region is shown). private static readonly RegionEndpoint bucketRegion = RegionEndpoint.USWest2; private static IAmazonS3 s3Client; public static void Main() { s3Client = new AmazonS3Client(bucketRegion); UploadFileAsync().Wait(); } private static async Task UploadFileAsync() { try { var fileTransferUtility = new TransferUtility(s3Client); // Option 1. Upload a file. The file name is used as the object key name. await fileTransferUtility.UploadAsync(filePath, bucketName); Console.WriteLine("Upload 1 completed"); // Option 2. Specify object key name explicitly. await fileTransferUtility.UploadAsync(filePath, bucketName, keyName); Console.WriteLine("Upload 2 completed"); // Option 3. Upload data from a type of System.IO.Stream. using (var fileToUpload = new FileStream(filePath, FileMode.Open, FileAccess.Read)) { await fileTransferUtility.UploadAsync(fileToUpload, bucketName, keyName); } Console.WriteLine("Upload 3 completed"); // Option 4. Specify advanced settings. var fileTransferUtilityRequest = new TransferUtilityUploadRequest { BucketName = bucketName, FilePath = filePath, StorageClass = S3StorageClass.StandardInfrequentAccess, PartSize = 6291456, // 6 MB. Key = keyName, CannedACL = S3CannedACL.PublicRead }; fileTransferUtilityRequest.Metadata.Add("param1", "Value1"); fileTransferUtilityRequest.Metadata.Add("param2", "Value2"); await fileTransferUtility.UploadAsync(fileTransferUtilityRequest); Console.WriteLine("Upload 4 completed"); } catch (AmazonS3Exception e) { Console.WriteLine("Error encountered on server. Message:'{0}' when writing an object", e.Message); } catch (Exception e) { Console.WriteLine("Unknown encountered on server. Message:'{0}' when writing an object", e.Message); } } } }

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