Opened 4 years ago
Amazon S3 permissions applied to only 1 file instead of entire multi-selection
|Reported by:||Benjamin Lotter||Owned by:|
|Keywords:||permissions, S3, multi-select||Cc:|
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Amazon S3 integration is great. However, there is a huge limitation. Whenever, I upload new files through FileZilla, they do not get the appropriate permissions of the containing folder.
What's worse when I try to mass apply the permissions to a selected group of files, the interface only applies permissions to a single file.
The only workaround is a 2-step process of upload using FileZilla and then reapplying the permissions on the folder level of Amazon S3 bucket using the AWS management console.
Possible solutions would be to
1.) iterate through the selection applying the permissions to every file in the selection.
2.) allow the applying of permissions on the folder level (currently the interface just shows a dialog as though it were connected to a Linux server, so there is no way to set permission on a folder within Amazon S3 using FileZilla
3.) automatically apply the appropriate permissions of the Amazon S3 folder immediately after the initial upload