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ITX 10.0.3 - Amazon S3 Blob Storage Adapter GET Function - Add Option to Delete Blob From Bucket

While using ITX 10.0.3 and running from the Launcher within a container, I am using the Amazon S3 Blob Storage adapter to GET a file and am able to successfully read the object and write it locally. However, the adapter command string and/or input card options do not provide a means to delete the BLOB after a successful read/pull. HCL recently provided me with an updated JAR file (m4s3.jar) so we could use the S3 adapter against our own on-prem S3-based Object Store without needing to provide a REGION, and this updated JAR file is working fine. The Azure Blob Storage Adapter currently provides a READ MODE setting to allow the blob to be deleted after being read. We need to have this same capability with the AWS S3 Adapter. Please advise.

  • Guest
  • Dec 6 2020
  • Delivered
What is your industry? Healthcare
How will this idea be used?

We will use this functionality to integrate out batch processing running in containers with batch file flows.

  • Guest commented
    19 Aug, 2021 05:58pm

    Yes, I was glad to see that on 8/8. Thanks for the new functionality.

  • Admin
    Luke Raiano commented
    19 Aug, 2021 03:10pm

    Released in v10.1.0.1

  • Guest commented
    7 Jan, 2021 06:32pm

    Hi Luke,

    We need the ability to remove the BLOB from the S3 bucket after pulling the BLOB to our app server.

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    Luke Raiano commented
    7 Jan, 2021 04:10pm

    Are you really looking to delete from storage or simply to not persist the data locally?

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