» Data Source: aws_s3_bucket_objects

The bucket-objects data source returns keys (i.e., file names) and other metadata about objects in an S3 bucket.

» Example Usage

The following example retrieves a list of all object keys in an S3 bucket and creates corresponding Terraform object data sources:

data "aws_s3_bucket_objects" "my_objects" {
  bucket = "ourcorp"
}

data "aws_s3_bucket_object" "object_info" {
  count  = "${length(data.aws_s3_bucket_objects.my_objects.keys)}"
  key    = "${element(data.aws_s3_bucket_objects.my_objects.keys, count.index)}"
  bucket = "${data.aws_s3_bucket_objects.my_objects.bucket}"
}

» Argument Reference

The following arguments are supported:

  • bucket - (Required) Lists object keys in this S3 bucket
  • prefix - (Optional) Limits results to object keys with this prefix (Default: none)
  • delimiter - (Optional) A character used to group keys (Default: none)
  • encoding_type - (Optional) Encodes keys using this method (Default: none; besides none, only "url" can be used)
  • max_keys - (Optional) Maximum object keys to return (Default: 1000)
  • start_after - (Optional) Returns key names lexicographically after a specific object key in your bucket (Default: none; S3 lists object keys in UTF-8 character encoding in lexicographical order)
  • fetch_owner - (Optional) Boolean specifying whether to populate the owner list (Default: false)

» Attributes Reference

In addition to all arguments above, the following attributes are exported:

  • keys - List of strings representing object keys
  • common_prefixes - List of any keys between prefix and the next occurrence of delimiter (i.e., similar to subdirectories of the prefix "directory"); the list is only returned when you specify delimiter
  • owners - List of strings representing object owner IDs (see fetch_owner above)