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Getting NoSuchBucket error with digital ocean spaces

I kept on getting this error when I try to post image to my space using nodejs { “message”: null, “code”: “NoSuchBucket”, “region”: null, “time”: “2021-03-07T09:26:39.174Z”, “requestId”: “tx000000000000042b7e140-0060449c4f-2a11d50-nyc3c”, “statusCode”: 404, “retryable”: false, “retryDelay”: 25.85127983870934, “storageErrors”: [] } I added my bucket name from spaces but I don’t know why I kept on getting this error. Please help


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Hi @tundeola,

Spaces is inter-operable with the AWS S3 API allowing you to take advantage of the existing ecosystem of tools for it. Below is a basic example demonstrating how to upload a file using the AWS JavaScript SDK, you can install it with:

npm install aws-sdk

The key is to set the endpoint to point to Spaces:

const AWS = require('aws-sdk')

// Configure client for use with Spaces
const spacesEndpoint = new AWS.Endpoint('nyc3.digitaloceanspaces.com');
const s3 = new AWS.S3({
    endpoint: spacesEndpoint,
    accessKeyId: 'ACCESS_KEY',
    secretAccessKey: 'SECRET_KEY'
});

// Add a file to a Space
var params = {
    Body: "The contents of the file",
    Bucket: "my-new-space-with-a-unique-name",
    Key: "file.ext",
};

s3.putObject(params, function(err, data) {
    if (err) console.log(err, err.stack);
    else     console.log(data);
});

Can you try uploading the image that way and see if it would work properly?