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preichl2

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Amazon S3
Posted: 22-Dec-2019 11:26
 
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Hello,

is there any way how to directly upload albums to S3? or do you plan to add this feature?
RobM

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Re: Amazon S3
Posted: 22-Dec-2019 13:37   in response to: preichl2 in response to: preichl2
 
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JAlbum uses FTP to upload, so if Amazon lets you upload via FTP then use jAlbum’s built in FTP. You can also upload your albums outside of JAlbum, the album is just a folder of files.
jGromit

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Re: Amazon S3
Posted: 22-Dec-2019 13:57   in response to: RobM in response to: RobM
 
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Not sure of the details, but even with FileZilla, you need the "pro" version (see https://youtu.be/Ea6WVWADQJc). Amazon S3 access is not standard FTP or SFTP.
RobM

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Re: Amazon S3
Posted: 22-Dec-2019 14:53   in response to: jGromit in response to: jGromit
 
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jGromit wrote:
Not sure of the details, but even with FileZilla, you need the "pro" version (see https://youtu.be/Ea6WVWADQJc). Amazon S3 access is not standard FTP or SFTP.
It would appear you can use drag and drop if using Amazon’s S3 console, https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonS3/latest/user-guide/upload-objects.html
But it only supports certain versions of Chrome and Firefox browsers.
preichl2

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Re: Amazon S3
Posted: 25-Dec-2019 15:19   in response to: RobM in response to: RobM
 
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Yes, I can use any software to upload to S3 instead of Jalbum. Anyway, I was wonder if JAlbum planning to implement it because it would be easier to use it the same way as FTP.

And no, AWS does not support FTP protocol without 3rd party service.
davidekholm

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Re: Amazon S3
Posted: 26-Dec-2019 18:16   in response to: preichl2 in response to: preichl2
 
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It's on the todo to investigate adding S3 support to jAlbum's upload protocols.
tzaranek

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Re: Amazon S3
Posted: 04-Aug-2020 03:24   in response to: davidekholm in response to: davidekholm
 
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This would be something I'd be interested in too. Yeah one can use S3 client software but it would be way easier and better integrated if it was just direct to s3.

Since you're using Java you can use the AWS SDK for it. It is fairly simple to implement (let me know if I can help with that, I've got some experience with that in Java).
davidekholm

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Re: Amazon S3
Posted: 06-Aug-2020 20:16   in response to: tzaranek in response to: tzaranek
 
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Thank you. I'm going to give AWS integration a shot very soon now.
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