This node connects to services that provide an S3-compatible API endpoint, for example MinIO. The resulting output port allows downstream nodes to access the data behind the endpoint as a file system, e.g. to read or write files and folders, or to perform other file system operations (browse/list files, copy, move, ...). If you want to connect to Amazon S3 on AWS, please use the Amazon S3 Connector node instead.
Path syntax: Paths for this file system are specified with a UNIX-like syntax, /mybucket/myfolder/myfile. An absolute consists of:
URI formats: When you apply the Path to URI node to paths coming from this connector, you can create URIs with the following formats:
aws command line interface, or from inside
http(s) URL of the S3-compatible service endpoint.
kms:DescribeKey and optionally
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