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Using S3.php to handle Space actions, deleteObject fails.

Posted August 1, 2020 1.1k views
PHPDigitalOceanDevelopmentProgramming ProjectObject StorageDigitalOcean SpacesDigitalOcean API and CLI (doctl)

Hello,

Is everyone here using the S3.php to handle Space actions from PHP code?

amazon-s3-php-class

Everything is working so far beside the deleteObejct call, When I try to run it with:

Bucket: bucket-name
URI: bucket/profiles/json-file.json

That doesn’t work, they work if it’s the upload call, I’ve also tried removing the bucket name from the URI, that didn’t work either.

I keep getting this error:

PHP Warning:  S3::deleteObject(): [403] Unexpected HTTP status in /var/www/html/cron/classes/S3.php on line 440

Error 403 is access denied, so maybe it’s the URL that is wrong?

I’ve changed all the space settings, so endpoint is:

public static $endpoint = 'ams3.digitaloceanspaces.com';
public function __construct($accessKey = null, $secretKey = null, $useSSL = false, $endpoint = 'ams3.digitaloceanspaces.com', $region = '')

I hope someone can help as I really need the option to delete an object from my code.

Thanks,

2 comments
  • Just checked the URLs in the code when using putObjectFile and deleteObejct.

    deleteObejct: http://bucket.ams3.digitaloceanspaces.com/profiles/file-name.json
    putObjectFile: http://ams3.digitaloceanspaces.com/bucket/profiles/file-name.json
    
  • Just gathered some more info about the fail action.

    stdClass Object
    (
        [error] => Array
            (
                [code] => 403
                [message] => Unexpected HTTP status
            )
    
        [body] => SimpleXMLElement Object
            (
                [Code] => SignatureDoesNotMatch
                [RequestId] => tx000000000000063f73fc-005f145a4-ab90b1-ams3b
                [HostId] => ab90b1-ams3b-ams3-zg02
            )
    
        [headers] => Array
            (
                [size] => 196
                [type] => application/xml
                [date] => 1598113188
            )
    
        [code] => 403
    )
    
    

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solved it, no idea what I did, but I changed a lot and now it works.