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Default Storage Classes

Default Storage Classes Overview

The Default Storage Classes feature allows you to upload files directly to any storage class on Amazon S3.

The Storage Class directive is specified as part of the upload request, so no extra requests and no extra charges involved to upload files directly to any storage class on your choice.

This is a set of rules. Each rule consists of Bucket name (or mask) and File name (or mask) which identify one or more objects to which the rule applies.

When you upload the file with S3 Browser, it looks up for the matching rule. If corresponding rule found, the storage class defined in the rule automatically applied. If multiple rules found, the first matching rule applied.

The rules are stored locally in S3 Browser's settings folder. If you define the rules on the Machine A and then upload the files from the Machine B, the rules are not applied. You may transfer rules to another computer, they are located in the %APPDATA%\S3Browser folder in the bucket.rules file.

To add new Storage Class Rule

1. Click Tools, Default Storage Classes

Click Tools, Default Storage Classes

Click Tools, Default Storage Classes

The Default Storage Classes dialog will open:

Default Storage Classes

Default Storage Classes dialog allows you to view/edit/delete Default Storage Classes

2. Click Add, the Add New Storage Class Rule dialog will open:

The Add new default Storage Class dialog

The Add New Storage Class Rule dialog

3. Specify the Bucket name or mask, Remote file name or mask and desired Storage Class and click Add.

Bucket name and File name are optional fields. If you will leave them empty, S3 Browser will apply the Storage Class to any file you upload to any bucket.

The wildcards are also allowed in the bucket and file name.

3. Click Save changes


To Edit Existing Storage Class Rule

1. Select the rule you want to edit and click Edit

Edit default Storage Class

Select the rule you want to edit and click Edit.

The Edit Storage Class Rule dialog will open:

The Edit default Storage Class dialog

The Edit Storage Class Rule dialog

2. Modify the properties you need and click Save changes.


To delete one or multiple Storage Class Rules

1. Select the rules you want to delete and click Delete

Delete Default Storage Classes

Select the rules you want to delete and click Delete.

2. Click Save changes

Additional Default Storage Classes Dialog features

All described above Default Storage Class operations and some additional features are available through the context menu and via the keyboard shortcuts.

Default Storage Classes dialog context menu

Do right-click to open the contex menu

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