Affirma S3 library for C#

Affirma S3 library for C#

Finally I have found S3 library that works in C#. The library was written by Joel Wetzel from Affirma Consulting and I just wanted to spread the word about it.
Once downloaded you are presented with the whole C# Visual Studio solution which contains the library project as well as some example on how to use it.
There is even a simple wrapper written which greatly simplyfies the use of the affirma’s library.
As an example:
1. Create wrapper object (constructor listed)


        public ThreeSharpWrapper(String awsAccessKeyId, String awsSecretAccessKey)
        {
            this.config = new ThreeSharpConfig();
            this.config.AwsAccessKeyID = awsAccessKeyId;
            this.config.AwsSecretAccessKey = awsSecretAccessKey;

            this.service = new ThreeSharpQuery(this.config);
        }

and then use it having the following methods:


/// Adds a bucket to an S3 account
public void AddBucket(String bucketName);

 /// Returns a string of XML, describing the contents of a bucket
public String ListBucket(String bucketName);

/// Adds a string to a bucket, as an object
public void AddStringObject(String bucketName, String keyName, String data);

/// Streams a file to a bucket as an object
public void AddFileObject(String bucketName, String keyName, String localfile);

/// Streams a file to a bucket as an object, with encryption
public void AddEncryptFileObject(String bucketName, String keyName, String localfile, String encryptionKey, String encryptionIV);

/// Gets a string object from a bucket, and returns it as a String
public String GetStringObject(String bucketName, String keyName);

/// Gets a file object from a bucket, and streams it to disk
public void GetFileObject(String bucketName, String keyName, String localfile);

/// Gets a file object from a bucket, streaming it to disk, with decryption
public void GetDecryptFileObject(String bucketName, String keyName, String localfile, String encryptionKey, String encryptionIV);

/// Copies an object from a source location to a destination location
public void CopyObject(String sourceBucketName, String sourceKey, String destinationBucketName, String destinationKey);

/// Generates a URL to access an S3 object in a bucket
public String GetUrl(String bucketName, String keyName);

/// Deletes an object from a bucket
public void DeleteObject(String bucketName, String keyName);

/// Deletes a bucket from an S3 account
public void DeleteBucket(String bucketName);

/// Changes the request payer value for the specified bucket
public String PaymentChange(String bucketName, PaymentChangeRequest.Payer payer);

/// Gets the request payer value for the specified bucket
public String PaymentGet(String bucketName);

The library is dead easy to use and most importantly it works (comparing to other S3 libraries I’ve found). Great work Joel!
You can download the solution zip from here or directly from the codeplex hosting the project here

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