Amazon S3 Connector Release Notes - Mule 4
Support Category: Select
The Anypoint Amazon S3 Connector provides connectivity to the the Amazon S3 API, enabling you to interface with Amazon S3 to store objects, download and use data with other AWS services, and build applications that call for internet storage. Instant access to the Amazon S3 API enables seamless integrations between Amazon S3 and other databases, CMS applications such as Drupal, and CRM applications such as Salesforce.
Starting with v.4.0.0, the S3 Connector is licensed commercially with Anypoint Platform as with other Select connectors. Prior versions remain freely available to the community.
July 31, 2019
Error types included in the connector were not compatible with the error mapping format used by the Mule runtime engine. This caused a deployment failure. You can now use the connector’s error mapping. [CONN-1247]
July 26, 2019
Connector did not allow users to configure the URL for S3 compatible storage. Users can now use the new
S3 Compatible Storage URLparameter to configure the URL for S3 compatible storage. [SE-10846]
June 3, 2019
Connector was unable to work with the lowercase region values or region values containing dashes. This issue is now fixed. [CONN-1942]
April 9, 2019
Added support for connecting to new AWS region endpoints.
Connector now supports latest Amazon S3 storage classes: S3 Intelligent-Tiering, S3 Standard-IA, S3 One Zone-IA. (SE-11149)
February 25, 2019
The connector was unable to properly stream large files to DataWeave. By adding the content length value as a message attribute, this issue was fixed.
Test connection functionality did not work properly and is now fixed.
August 16, 2018
Triggers - You can now start a flow with the Amazon S3 Connector every time an object of a specific type is created, updated, or deleted.
May 7, 2018
The connector identified on the create object operation the content length of 0/null as the content having 0 as content length. It has now changed to have it as null.
February 21, 2018
AWS connectors shared a common library for the supported region endpoints that caused an issue when two different AWS connectors were used in a Mule app. This version fixes this issue.