User's Guide

Amazon S3 Connector for Jira user guide:

Adding a new Bucket

The administration section gives you the ability to manage your Amazon S3 Buckets.

To create a new Bucket association, click on "+ Add Bucket"

Fill in all required fields to successfully add a new bucket

LabelA custom label that will be used in the macro to hide the real S3 Bucket name
S3 Bucket Name

The name of your S3 Bucket exactly as it is displayed in AWS (Buckets can be created using the AWS Console)

Access Key

The access key of the IAM user who has access to specified S3 Bucket (Created through IAM on the AWS Console)

Secret Key

The secret key of the IAM user who has access to specified S3 Bucket (Created through IAM on the AWS Console)

Note: To start a bucket in a subdirectory simply add the path to the bucket name

E.g. BucketName/SubDirectory 

To test your Bucket credentials click on the button “Test & Add” and you will be informed of any errors

Bucket Permissions

Once a bucket has been created the permission manager will appear where you can select which users, groups and Projects can access the Bucket

If you do not set any permissions after creating a bucket, no one will be able to view, edit or delete objects

Add users and groups to the Bucket permissions to grant them the desired level of access

ViewView all bucket files 
CreateUpload files and create new folders
RenameRename existing files and folders
DeleteDelete files and folders

Restrict Bucket access to only allow it to be viewed in selected Projects - Leave empty to allow all Projects to access this bucket

Editing and Deleting a Bucket

Existing Buckets can be edited and deleted from the main Bucket list on the Amazon S3 Settings menu

Linking Issues

Use the standard issue "Link" feature under the "More ▾" dropdown and select "Amazon S3 Link"

Select a file to link, add link text (optional) and click "link"

Amazon S3 Links are displayed under the "Issue Links" pannel

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